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The expert warns that fat that sits around the lower section of the body is notoriously hard to burn.

Pear-shaped people are therefore more likely to experience degenerative knee and joint issues and varicose veins, as body fat in these parts puts pressure on the veins.

Women who fall in this category tend also to be more susceptible to PMS (premenstrual syndrome) issues and fluid retention.

Fortunately, making healthful dietary additions in the form of grain bread, cereals, beans and lentils, and reducing intake of trans and saturated fats where possible, can help alleviate some of the aforementioned health issues.

Source: Daily Express

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