We should definitely pay close attention to our body, because we can discover certain diseases just by looking at the characteristics of our body such as leg length, the range of the hands, waist, etc. For instance, shorter people can experience some problems with their liver, while short people usually liver longer.

LENGTH OF FINGERS

A sign of osteoarthritis is when a woman has her index finger shorter than the ring finger.

This is also applied to men, but in women it reveals lower levels of estrogen and as a result, it slows down the appearance of bone diseases. In order to prevent it, people should exercise on a regular basis and take recommended doses of calcium.

THE BRA SIZE

According to a study conducted by a Canadian Medical Association’s Diary, women at the age of 20 who have bigger breasts are 1 ½ more likely to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes that those who have smaller breasts.

The main reason for this is the fact that the fatty tissue in the breast is hormone sensitive, thus affecting the appearance of insulin resistance. So, In order to prevent the development of diabetes, those women will need to maintain a healthy weight, balanced diet and exercise on a regular basis.

LENGTH OF LEGS

Those with shorter legs should pay attention to their liver because a scientist from Britain discovered that women whose legs are long 50 to 73 cm, have greater value of enzymes in the liver that indicate disease of this organ. In order to prevent this complication, they should reduce the intake of alcohol and other toxins as well.

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We should definitely pay close attention to our body, because we can discover certain diseases just by looking at the characteristics of our body such as leg length, the range of the hands, waist, etc. For instance, shorter people can experience some problems with their liver, while short people...