Skirt Size Is Linked To Breast Cancer Risk

2015 Research


A study of almost 93,000 women, published in the British Medical Journal showed that going up one skirt size every 10 years was linked to a 33 per cent greater risk of breast cancer, while going up two skirt sizes in 10 years was linked to a 77 per cent greater risk.

Measuring “skirt size” isn’t simply about weight gain – more it is about ‘fat gain’, and fat around your midriff holds toxins and is indicative of visceral fat levels.

Visceral fat holds toxins around your internal organs. Fat is also known to produce hormones such as oestrogen, known to drive cancer.


2015 Research
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