Being fat can give you cancer if…
…You are a British woman over the age of 45. But you can probably extrapolate the data collected by the British 7 year study to conclude that the more you work on your health the healthier you will become.
From the BBC New website:
“About 6,000 middle-aged or older women in the UK develop cancer each year because they are obese or overweight, a Cancer Research UK-funded study says.”
This was a fairly comprehensive study and merits your close attention.
“The latest study looked at how often cancers occurred in 1.2m UK women aged 50 to 64 over a seven year period. More than 45,000 cases of cancer and 17,000 cancer deaths occurred during that time.”
This is all at the BBC News website and could give you a tiny kick in the pants. It certainly woke me up. I mean CANCER? Just because I let myself go a little bit? Well the numbers don’t guarantee that but why even take the smallest chance?
Check out that article and then check yourself. It might be time to give us a call.
Beyond the quote one of the doctors left:
” Invest in a healthier lifestyle today and we can reap the benefits of reduced disease risk and longer life tomorrow.” Dr Ian Campbell, Weight Concern. I think the quote by the noted trainer Jack LaLaine is best:
“I am taking care of the most important persoan in the universe: ME.”