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For every pound of fat you gain, your body adds seven miles of new blood vessels.

Whever new tissue develops in body, it needs blood supply, so your vascular system accommodates it by developing new vessels. This also means your heart must work harder to pump blood through the new network and so increases the load on your heart.

For every pound of fat you gain, your body adds seven miles of new blood vessels.

Now what happens when you lose a pound? Your body will break down and reabsorb the unneeded blood vessels from the tissue that is gone.