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Your fat is increasing your oesophageal cancer risk by 133%

by , 15 April 2015

Obesity is the reason one in five people die. But did you know it's also the cause of many different types of cancer according to the National Institutes of Health. And they say it's worse for women than it is men.

In fact, as a women, having a Body Mass Index (BMI) higher than 30.0 means your risk of at least seven different types of cancer soars.

It starts with a 25% increased breast cancer risk, all the way up to a 133% risk of oesophageal cancer!

Read on to find out what you need to do to lower your cancer risk, today…

Lose weight to lower your cancer risk

The only thing you need to do right now to see an immediate reduction in your cancer risk is to lose weight.
And it’s not as difficult as you may think.
Here are three tips to help you reach your weight loss goals to slash your cancer risk.
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Can’t seem to shift those last few kilos?
• Burn twice as much fat from your workout as you’re currently doing – and achieve the results you’re looking for in half the time…
• Melt away the stubborn fat that seems to hang around no matter how hard you exercise…
• Shave centimetres off problem areas like your bum, thighs, arms and tummy… 
• Lose up to 7% body fat so you can go from flabby tummy to yummy mummy 
Do this all in just 12 weeks…
#1. Look at your current diet
Before you start changing anything, you need to know where you’re going wrong.
So, for two weeks, keep a record of everything you eat every day.
Make sure to record even the naughty foods. And remember, you’re the only one who’s going to see your notes, so don’t cheat yourself and leave any food item off the list.
Be sure to write down portion sizes too.
#2. Analyse your current diet
Look through the last two weeks of food and highlight those habits you think you can or need to change.
Even if you highlight a lot on the list, the next step allows you to make the decision on what to leave out and what to keep.
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What will the new you look like?
What it’ll feel like to blast away that unwanted belly fat and get back the trim, toned figure you had in your 20s…
How envious your friends will be when they see how good you look in your new ‘favourite’ pair of figure-hugging jeans…
Stepping up to your gym’s body fat tester and discovering you’ve lost as much as 7% in total body fat in just a few weeks…
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#3. Make some changes
You can’t change your entire diet in a day.
Choose five of the items on your list to change for the next two weeks. Choose another two and add them to the food elimination list or change list for two weeks. Every two weeks, add another two foods or habits to the list until you’ve undergone a complete diet overhaul.
Don’t forget to add healthy, nutritious food to your diet in place of the ones you eliminate or you’ll go right back to your old, bad habits because you’re starving.
Use these three tips to ensure your weight isn’t the cause of your cancer risk soaring. 

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