Obesity rates soar among professional baseball players, study shows - but some say it could be a GOOD thing 



Major League Baseball players are overwhelmingly overweight and obese this generation, a new study claims.
Researchers at Penn State University analyzed the body mass index of professional batters and bowlers over the last 100 years. 
They found the majority of athletes between 1871 and 1991 had a 'normal' body weight between 18.5 and 24.9 BMI. 
Today, nearly 80 per cent of players technically fall into the category of overweight or obese, with a BMI above 25.
Critics claim BMI is not an accurate measure of body health, and a high number could reflect bulk in muscle. 
But lead researcher... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Health, Views: 57
Source: Daily Mail
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