Body phenotypes say a lot, but not everything, about a person’s health, according to new research

Group of the scientists working at the laboratory

Concordia researchers studying body phenotypes—the observable characteristics like height, behavior, appearance and more measurables—found that regardless of the muscle they had, high levels of fat mass in an individual were associated with poorer overall health.

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