Thin women less likely to develop cancer

Thin women less likely to develop cancer

Cutting the fat from your diet gets your hormones into better balance. And it has another benefit, too: It helps you lose weight. Research shows that thinner women are not only less likely to develop cancer; if it occurs, they also are less likely to succumb to it. A change in the type of food you eat helps you lose weight in a healthy way without cutting calories or restricting portion sizes.

Countries with low cancer rates base their diets on staple grains such as rich or wheat noodles. The same diet patter helps people survive cancer.

Healthy Eating for Life to Prevent and Treat Cancer, Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine.

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