Obesity and Cancer

Weight, weight benefit, and weight problems account for about 20% of all cancer instances. Epidemiological statistics recommend that weight problems is related to an increased hazard of several but no longer all types of cancers, with clear sex-unique differences. Large prospective studies display a huge affiliation with weight problems for several cancers, and the International Agency for Research on Cancer has labeled the proof of a causal hyperlink as 'sufficient' for cancers of the colon, female breast (postmenopausal), endometrium, kidney (renal mobile), and esophagus (adenocarcinoma). These facts, and the growing international trend in weight problems, advise that overeating may be the biggest avoidable purpose of cancer in nonsmokers.

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