In general, the normal frequency of bowel movements is about three times a day to three times a week (depending on food intake, physical fitness and exercise status). If the stool is too hard or too dry, and the bowel movement is not smooth or difficult to pass, it is called constipation. Complications of constipation include hemorrhoids, anal fissures, and fecal obstruction.
From the anatomy of modern medicine, the rib cage is protected by the ribs, and the heart, lungs, and thoracic vertebrae are inside; while the abdominal cavity has liver, pancreas, stomach, duodenum and other organs, but there is no bone protection. In fact, we don’t have to worry about bone protection, but we need to consider how to keep the abdomen warm. Because there is a lot of fat to protect here, mainly including visceral fat and subcutaneous fat, but here is the most easy to catch cold. Of course, some people have beer belly, general belly, or swim ring abdominal obesity, or concentric obesity. There are relatively more visceral fat and subcutaneous fat. It is not easy to catch colds. On the contrary, excessive fat may cause a series of health problems. .
As we all know, Asian women have much lighter and less wrinkles than European women. European women have wrinkles 10 years earlier than Asian women. The incidence of crow's feet in the eye corners of European and American women is twice that of Asian women; the United States Among white people, 20% people suffer from skin cancer, which has a lot to do with ultraviolet light. Compared with Europe, Asians have a lower incidence of skin cancer.
In addition to the factors of sedentary and low activity, the main reasons are "too good appetite" and "hungry not to choose food." Regardless of high-sugar, high-fat, or high-calorie foods, you can eat them correctly. As a result, fat will continue to accumulate and grow on the thighs, and the legs will become thicker and thicker, forming thigh fat. The antonyms are antelope legs, chopstick legs, these legs are not well proportioned and not very healthy.