Cut Your Cancer Risk by Losing Extra Pounds


It has never been that easy to cut your additional pounds.  However, a majority of the Americans make their best efforts to follow their diets religiously, workout routines, and the overall health maintenance regimes.  Some people even reach extreme levels using detoxes and cleanses which probably do not benefit your body and they come with many risks.  Be it the Keto diet or an extreme exercise regimen, some people may even lose weight following an unproven strict weight loss management program.  However, this weight loss is often temporary and can cause loss of stamina in your body.


The most recent research has demonstrated another reason to follow a strict weight management plan to keep your weight off.   Research demonstrates that excess body weight has been associated with an increased risk of developing cancerous cells.  The 2011 survey was evidenced by clarifying that every one in three United States citizens was either obese or had overweight issues by having their Body Mass Index (BMI) of more than 25%.  The figure was found from. The types of cancers which could highly be associated with the higher BMI in patients include that of thyroid, kidneys, ovaries, stomach, breast, esophagus, uterus, multiple myeloma, pancreas, liver, colon, and gallbladder cancer.

According to the studies, around 110,000 cancer cases observed in the United States patients near the age of 30 are associable to the increased BMI.  Most of the cancers patients were women.  Of the 110,000 cases, there were approximately 75,000 women diagnosed with the disease.

Obesity is constantly associated with different types of terrible diseases, one of which is cancer.  Not only does the obesity affect adults but it is now ruining the childrens’ health.  There are millions of children in the world who are diagnosed with obesity every year.  However, only some of them are able to afford counseling and treatment.  Apart from cancer, obesity is also associated with diabetes and cardiovascular disorders. By controlling their weight, cancer prevention can be increased.