Health Company Launches New Report on Fat Burning Food After Study Reveals Weight Loss May Decrease Breast Cancer Risk

The health research company, Health Research News has launched a new informational report designed to help people burn fat and lose weight after a new study has revealed weight loss may decrease breast cancer risk.

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The new study showed that weight gain and storing excess fat in the body could lead to a higher chance of women getting breast cancer. This is why the company has announced their new free e-book “17 Fat Burning Foods.

Ft. Worth, TX. (PRWEB) October 19, 2012

After a new report from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention revealed that weight loss may decrease breast cancer risk, the professionals at Health Research News have announced a new free report designed to help people burn fat and lose weight. The new study showed that weight gain and storing excess fat in the body could lead to a higher chance of women getting breast cancer. This is why the company has announced their new free e-book “17 Fat Burning Foods.”

The company hopes that their new e-book which reveals insight on natural foods that are proven to help people burn fat and lose weight will help make it easier for more women looking to get healthier to lose the weight they need to. The professionals at Health Research News hope that the new study on breast cancer and weight will be the inspiration many women need to take action and lose the weight they need to in order to decrease their chances of getting breast cancer. This e-book makes it easy for people to incorporate these fat burning foods into their diet that are proven to helping the system burn fat so these women can lose weight.

The company hopes that this research-based report on fat burning foods will help more people take the initiative they need to start losing weight. The new informational report from Health Research News has launched on the company website and is currently available to the public.

For more information on HealthResearchNews and their new informational offer, visit http://www.healthresearchnews.com/.