The Link Between Obesity and Cancer: New Study Findings

2023-12-01 07:15:21

A new study shows that being overweight increases your risk of cancer even if you are physically fit.

The researchers found that people who weigh 15 percent or more above the normal range face a 50 percent greater risk of developing various types of cancer, such as breast, colon, stomach, and gallbladder cancer.

The researchers said that excess fat secretes hormones and chemicals that affect the process of inflammation and cellular growth in the body, which increases the risk of cancerous transformation. According to what was reported by the British newspaper “Daily Mail”.

They added that physical fitness is not enough to protect against this risk, and that maintaining a healthy weight is the most important factor.

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The results of the study, which included more than 100,000 people in the United States, were published in the New England Journal of Medicine, one of the most famous medical journals in the world.

The researchers said that the study emphasizes the importance of combating obesity and preventing cancer.

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