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Beer belly

A beer belly is a strong formation of so-called visceral fat (belly fat), which is generally considered to be particularly unhealthy. The beer belly is usually bulging forward and relatively hard. Of course, this type of fat accumulation can also be caused by other factors, but because men who regularly drink beer are particularly often affected, the term "beer belly" has become established.
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Helicobacter pylori bacteria: the "chameleon" in the stomach

Gastric germ is considered the main cause of gastric cancer Around 40 percent of people in Germany are chronically infected with Helicobacter pylori. It is a type of bacteria that colonizes the gastric mucosa and can cause stomach ulcers, among other things. In addition, Helicobacter pylori infestation leads to an increased risk of stomach cancer.
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