Obesity is clearly linked to breast cancer in postmenopausal women, adenocarcinoma of the esophagus, and cancers of the colon, rectum, uterus, kidney, and pancreas. Evidence is also showing that obesity is linked to cancers of the gallbladder, liver, cervix, and ovary.
Main ways to reduce your risks of developing cancer are maintaining healthy body weight through physical activity and diet as well as obviously holding back from tobacco. People who maintain a healthy weight have a lower risk of cancer than those who have gained and then lost weight.. this is why children need to be educated of healthy eating at a young age! However if you are already overweight, it’s still worth it to lose that weight because your chances of developing cancer still are lowered.
So keep all of these helpful tips in mind the next time you reach for fried foods or sweets.. it pays to eat healthy!