Where Is Fat Stored in the Human Body?

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Fat in the human body is stored under the skin's subcutaneous tissue and also in fat cells called adipocytes. The human consists of between 50 to 200 billion fat cells which are distributed all over the body.
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Just about everywhere under the skin. But males store much more in their bellies and females store more in their hips and thighs.
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Fat in males tends to be distributed around the belly region. For men who are overweight, this sort of distribution poses a health risk, as belly fat is associated with obesity-related
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some of the fat is stored in omentum (fatty layer which located under the abdomen muscle) The rest is spread out underneath the skin layer.
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Where fat is concentrated in your body depends upon whet her you are a man or woman,
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