Reduce the incidence of cancer by walking and running

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A study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine of the American Medical Association pointed out that brisk walking and cycling can reduce the risk of suffering from 13 types of cancer.

Cause of illness

Cancer cells are the result of cell mutations in the body, but also because of the number of cells up to 60 trillion, there is a certain probability of mutation, in fact, every human body will produce 300 to 400 cancer cells per day. When the body functions properly, these cancer cells can be repaired by specific genes or automatically eliminated by the body’s immune system, and will not evolve into cancers that endanger life.

In current medical research, the cause of genetic damage by free radicals is generally considered as a major cause of carcinogenesis. Whether it is eating carcinogens or staying up late, stress can increase free radicals in the body, making cells damaged and difficult to repair when free radicals and DNA binding may induce canceration and rapid proliferation of cells, and free radicals may even promote vascular proliferation and become a bridge for cancer cell proliferation and metastasis.

The effect of walking

The National Cancer Research Center pointed out that people with exercise habits have a 40 to 50% lower risk of developing colorectal cancer than non-athletic people and a 30 to 40% chance of developing breast cancer. Dr. Nakagawa Kazuo, a radiology doctor at the University Hospital of Tokyo University Medical School, also stated that the data showed that cancer death rate was completely four times higher than that of active athletes.

Japanese gut medicine doctor Hideo Leif said that regular aerobic exercise can help the body anti-oxidation, free radicals, and strengthen the number of immune cells and lymphatic circulation, accelerate the speed of immune cells to eliminate carcinogenic factors.

A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association pointed out that brisk walking and cycling can reduce the risk of suffering from 13 cancers, including esophageal cancer (42%), liver cancer (27%), lung cancer (26%), and kidneys. Cancer (23%), Uterine Cancer (21%), Hematologic Cancer (20%), Myeloma (17%), Colon Cancer (16%), Head and Neck Cancer (15%), Rectal Cancer (13%), Bladder Cancer ( In 13%) and breast cancer (10%), the attack rate of any type of cancer will be reduced by 7%.

By walking to fight cancer

The famous Japanese architect Tadao Ando had suffered from various types of cancer and has so far removed five organs such as the gallbladder, bile duct, duodenum, pancreas, and spleen. Surprisingly, he is still active in the construction world. Need to take care of people to live independently.

Through the advice given by the attending physician, Tadao Ando began to target 10,000 steps a day. He walks to work in his office every day. It is because of this large amount of aerobic exercise that the metabolism in his body is greatly accelerated, and the rate of cell repair is also increased. Improvements have been made for nearly 10 years from the date of the disease, except for signs of cancer recurrence in the pancreas that has not been completely removed, and no new organ carcinoid cancer.

Even if it is impossible to do 10,000 steps per day, the study also found that if you walk for 15 minutes every day, the risk of cancer death will be reduced by 10%, the overall risk of death can also be reduced by 14%, but it is best to walk for more than 30 minutes, to the body heat, body flow The degree of sweat.

What can I do if my work is too busy? Dr. Takanori Chuo, the head of the Chuo Shipbuilding Clinic in Japan, who had suffered from kidney cancer, also shared the 10-year relapse-free walking health of the cancer: when he left the car, he stopped at a distance from his destination, and then he took a walk. Maintaining muscle mass naturally increases body temperature and boosts immunity.

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