Your Breath May Tell If You Are Likely to Be Overweight

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By Molly Clifton

Your weight may be linked to your breath.

Doctors at Cedars-Sinai say people who have high concentrations of Hydrogen and Methane on their breath are more likely to be overweight.

The two gases come from high levels of a micro-organism in the digestive tract.

Everyone carries the micro-organism, but researchers believe too much can increase the risk of obesity.
 



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