Research conducted in the U.S., Europe and Australia, revealed by examining the health data of more than 750,000 adults, revealed that being active at the level recommended by healthcare professionals may reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancer. Here are the stunning details from the research. . .
Fighting many types of cancer
In the study, it was proved that those who exercise at least 2.5 hours a week at a medium intensity or 75 minutes at a high intensity decrease the risk of developing colon, breast, kidney, liver, uterine cancers as well as Non-Hodgkin lymphoma and myeloma.
Prevents the risk of breast and liver cancer
It is stated that doing exercise can reduce the risk of developing breast cancer by 6-10 percent and liver cancer by 18-27 percent.
20 minutes of exercise a day is enough
The researchers stated that those who take brisk walks for at least 20 minutes every day have a lower risk of seeing these types of cancer than inactive people.