Active and effective half-hour a day exercise can be a woman's risk of uterine cancer is reduced by half. In the UK, only 38 minutes of regular physical activity, and hold a healthy weight can help reduce 44 percent of new cases of uterine
Active and effective half-hour a day exercise can be a woman's risk of uterine cancer is reduced by half.
In the UK, only 38 minutes of regular physical activity, and hold a healthy weight can help reduce 44 percent of new cases of uterine cancer. World Cancer Research Fund, through continuous study found that each year about 3700 cases of uterine cancer, in fact, to avoid illness.
Women over the age of 60, usually more prone to uterine cancer, the most common is endometrial cancer, which is the fourth most common cancer affecting women's health, UK. However, to ensure that every working day at least 30 minutes of exercise in British women, with only 56%; while Britain to maintain a healthy weight is only 39% of women.
Associate professor of epidemiology at Rutgers University Cancer Institute, Dr. Elisa Bandera, said: "Endometrial cancer is the most common cancer in women, but rather part of the case, you can maintain a healthy weight and physical activity to prevent."
Another member of the research team, Professor Hilary Powers University of Sheffield, said: "This is not just a personal need to make changes to reduce cancer risk, but need the government and other organizations to make more efforts to make women more easy access to a healthy lifestyle. "
Researchers at Imperial College London, to organize and recalled since 2007, all research on uterine cancer, diet, physical activity and weight can have what effect on uterine cancer.
Experts believe that there is a link between body fat and cancer, for example, fat cells release hormones, it will increase the risk of cancer. Regular physical exercise helps to keep these hormone levels, and helps to strengthen the immune system and maintain a healthy digestive system.
International expert panel of the World Cancer Research Fund judgments based on evidence, about 44% of UK patients with uterine cancer is through exercise and weight control can be prevented.
Karen Sadler Executive Director of the World Cancer Research Fund, said: "In order to reduce uterine cancer and the risk of other cancers, the World Cancer Research Fund recommends 30 minutes of daily active and effective campaign possible."
In addition, the study also found that drinking coffee can help reduce the risk of uterine cancer, but not enough to make it an important preventive measure.