Scientists claim that on foot for about a half an hour each day can reduce the risk of breast cancer in women by 30 per cent. They compared the lifestyle of women at the age of 20 3.059-98 years, including 1,533 patients who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Scientists found that women who exercised 10 to 19 hours (1.5-3 hours per day) reduces the likelihood of week was diagnosed with breast cancer by 30 percent. No need to sport weight. Sports can include walking, housework, or cycling.
American scientists believe that being active helps prevent the formation of fatty tissue that can trigger cancer tumors. However, the study, published in the journal Cancer found that the benefits of exercise in preventing breast cancer does not apply if the weight gain. Previous research has shown that women with hormone levels of estrogen and testosterone in the body two to three times higher than it should make women exposed to the risk of breast cancer.
The researchers say that sport lightweight (including housework) for 10 hours in a week, can drastically reduce the chances of disease for women in all ages. Academics, which have seen notes from women saying, the body of 6,300 fats trigger breast cancer which is more significant than alcohol consumption or smoking
foot not only nourishes the heart, but also prevents you from attacks of the disease of breast cancer. You do not need to be a marathon runner or jogging on the treadmill every day. Certain hormones such as estrogen and testosterone drive tumor growth. Lauren McCullough from the University of North Carolina confirmed women do not necessarily have to go to the gym to get the benefits of exercise. Each woman was asked to record how much physical activity they did in the week, including walking, housework, cycling, and jogging.