Nearly half of the cases of cervical cancer in the UK, or about 3,700 per year, can be prevented by keeping the body stay slim and active, according to findings of research at Imperial College London.
Women also can reduce the risk by exercising 30 minutes every day and maintain ideal body weight.
The report of the World Foundation Research Fund was also found that coffee can reduce the risk Click uterine cancer.
But experts say there has not been enough evidence to recommend drinking coffee can prevent this disease.
Endometris cancer, or cancer of the lining of the uterus, is a cancer that strikes most women in the United Kingdom.
In the first global analysis since 2007, Imperial College London researchers gather and discuss scientific research about cancer endometris as well as in relation to diet, physical activity and weight.
The study found that about 3,700 cases could be prevented each year if women active 38 minutes each day and maintain a healthy body weight.
In the United Kingdom only 56% women follow the recommendations to move at least 30 minutes a day, five days a week, and only 39% who have a healthy body weight.
Study leader Dr. Teresa Norat from Imperial College told the BBC, "If you are physically active and if you do not have excess body weight, you can reduce the risk of uterine cancer and improve your health."
Karen Sadler, Executive Director of the World Cancer Research Fund added, "the evidence that coffee prevents cancer of the uterus is very interesting and is a further indication will be the link between coffee and cancer risks but there is still much to be done.
"We should consider the effect on other types of cancer Click and the impact of other health conditions on further research."