They found that there was a 5-kilogram (11-not) increase in the body's fatty size related to the risk increase of 35% of the chronic cancer type. A 5-kilogram increase in fat burning of the stock related to a 56% increase in danger.
Hard fat "is defined by the fat that is in the torso but only head and members," according to the survey.
"The main deception is that the fat burning of a body is over, even when you have a normal body mask, related to a greater risk of breast cancer," said Dannenberg.
BMI is measured by means of a formula that includes height and weight; It is considered that BMI is "normal" between 18.5 and 24.9, according to the survey.
The researchers also looked at blood data taken at the start of the Women's Health Initiative for other factors that are familiar with taking part in the development of chronic cancer, such as an increase in insulin molecules.
The editorial authors also say that other researchers have looked at the topic with different results and their. Note that "these ideas suggest that parts of metallic health, instead of having full metabolic synthesis presence, can cause cancerous cancer."
"I think it's a positive step that takes us from watching BMI as a result of lobbies to look at a specific site to & # 39; fat collection in the body, "said Anton-Culver, who was not involved in the investigation.
Scientists have been aware that there was a connection between obesity and cancer, but Anton-Culver says that the new study is moving the outside of the research; that general society.
"They say that it is correct in the minute, that it is related to chest cancer, but in particular, obesity around the abdomen is more specific to that society," she said.
Although Anton-Culver believes that the research is strong, she said he was only looking at a particular cancer.
"I do not know if we are looking at the same issues as other cancers as a result, what's going on, is it special for chronic cancer?" she said. "We need to answer that question the next thing, because obesity is a cause of danger for other cancer."