Sedentary life increases cancer risk

Physical activity, according to scientists from Canada, reduces the risk of colon cancer and breast cancer. Regular exercise can reduce the risk of developing colon cancer by 35 percent, and breast cancer by 25 percent.

Dr. Freya Schnabel of NYU langon described the discovery of the relationship of a sedentary lifestyle and cancer risk a new discovery, before that such a lifestyle was associated with heart disease.

Exercise reduces levels of inflammatory markers - C-reactive protein, which reduces the risk of breast cancer. According to estimates of experts, the people are about 15.5 hours per day ( including meals, travel, transport, work on the computer, watching TV). Office workers spend 75 percent of their waking hours sitting.

However, to fight for an active lifestyle late never, in fact, coupled with bad habits and overweight the risk of cancer is not distant.

Although it is not proven, does the reduction in markers of inflammation on cancer risk, however, statistics say about this clearer scientific theories.

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