Study: Weight loss lowers risk for polyps linked with colorectal cancer

Feb. 1 (UPI) — Overweight and obese people who shed pounds might cut back their chance for creating polyps that are incessantly a precursor for colon cancer, a study revealed Tuesday through the magazine JNCI Most Cancers Spectrum found.

In Comparison To adults who had a stable weight, those who lost a minimum of 1 pound every 5 years had a 46% decrease chance of having colorectal adenoma, a benign growth or polyp in the colon or rectum that would result in colorectal most cancers, the data confirmed.

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