Let $B$ be a convex body in $\mathbb{R}^d$, equipped with its standard Euclidean form, and assume that

$$\intop_B x \, dx = 0$$ $$\frac{1}{|B|_d} \intop_B x_i x_j \, dx = \delta_{ij},$$

a normalization that can always be achieved by an appropriate affine transformation. Here $|\cdot|_d$ means $d$-dimensional Lebesgue measure, of course.

Now let's look at the areas of $(d-1)$-dimensional projections of $B$. It's clear that

$$ \inf_{\Vert \xi \Vert = 1} \frac{|\mathrm{pr}_{\xi^\perp} B|_{d-1}}{|B|_d} \le c_d,$$

where $c_d$ is some universal constant, depending only on dimension.

**Question:** is it true that

$$\lim_{d \to \infty} c_d < \infty$$

As far as I know, the answer is known to be negative if instead of second-moment normalization as above we use a volume normalization (i.e. $|B|_d=1$).