skinny fat

Lucas James, Jamie Wright, Jenny Block and Dr. Mark Hyman join HuffPost Live to explain why sugar should be consumed with the same caution as tequila.
The common wisdom is that if you are overweight you are unhealthy, and if you are thin, you are healthy. But new research points to just how dangerous being skinny can be -- if you are a "skinny fat" person, that is.
We need to stand up in our homes, communities and schools and create healthy environments for kids. We need to take back our kids' taste buds, our kitchens and our homes, which have been hijacked by the food industry, and ban anything except real food.
Though the risks of skinny fat are very real, the issue is one of context.
There are no 'free passes' when it comes to your health -- even if you're the picture of fitness. The Today Show's Joy Behar