In youth, our muscular layer acts like a firm, taut girdle, preventing our intestines, liver, spleen, etc, from just bulging outwards into a soft blob of a ball. The muscular layer, fused to our skeleton, is what gives our core and midsection its underlying shape and stability. Three things happen which undermine this layer. First,… Read More »
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