Once the colorectal cancer is detected, the first reaction of many people is: Why is it me? So many people, why I suffer from cancer.
Yes, so many people, why do colorectal cancer find you? In fact, cancer is likely to have your favorite “taste”. If you are in the middle of your heart, then you are embarrassed, the probability of colorectal cancer to find you is very high.
The risk of suffering from colorectal cancer depends on you
Each type of cancer has their own favorite people, and colorectal cancer is no exception. A study published on BMC Medicine shows that obese men can increase the risk of colorectal cancer. 
Researchers have studied the genes of over 100,000 people and found that there is a difference in the impact of body fat content on the risk of colorectal cancer. It depends on the proportion of fat in the body. If the weight increases by an average increase, the chance of male colorectal cancer will increase by 23%, and women will increase by 9%.
Then it means that if you are obese, the risk of cancer is higher. If you lose weight, you can improve the prognosis and reduce the risk of cancer.
What are the tricks to reduce the risk of colorectal cancer?
Healthy diet and lifestyle
To maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle, it is old -fashioned. These two are magic weapons against many diseases. Obesity affects the risk of various cancers. Therefore, it is necessary to reduce the risk of colorectal cancer by maintaining healthy weight, eating more fiber, eating less red meat and processing meat, drinking less alcohol and not smoking.
Colorectal cancer screening
Colorectal cancer can be found through colonoscopy at the earliest and most cure stage. Adults aged 45 and above should screen colorectal cancer.
By colorectal cancer screening, abnormalities can usually be found before the polyps are cancer.
Some people with risk factors with colorectal cancer (such as family genetic tendency, ulcerative colitis, etc.) may need to screen before or more frequently before the age of 45.
It is important to maintain healthy weight. Do not become the type of people who have been followed by colorectal cancer.
 Bull C j, Bell J A, Murphy N, et al. Adiposity, Metabolites, and COLORECTAL CANCER RISK: MENDELIAN RANDOMONTION Study.202020.202020.