Just a little weight loss can go a long way in improving metabolic health, says Harvard’s Dr. Ed Giovannucci.
The evidence is clear, says the American Institute of Cancer Research (AICR), the team of scientists who’ve been studying nutrition’s role in cancer for more than three decades.
Excess body fat, particularly the kind that accumulates around the belly, increases the risk of at least a dozen cancers —pancreatic, colorectal, advanced prostate and breast cancer in us older women. If you already have cancer, it can worsen the prognosis.
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Is it my imagination or has Pillsbury’s Dough Boy shed a bit of belly fat?
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