Early dinner associated with reduced risk for prostate, breast cancer
1 month ago - By Healio
People who ate their evening meal before 9 p.m. or left a 2-hour window between eating dinner and going to bed had a 20% lower risk for breast or prostate cancer than those who ate after 10 p.m. or went to bed fewer than 2 hours after eating, according to findings published in International Journal of Cancer.
“We assessed in a large population-based study in Spain whether timing of eating and sleep patterns are associated with breast and prostate cancer risk, the two most common night shift-related cancers in humans,” Manolis Kogevinas, MD, PhD, research professor at Barcelona
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Early supper associated with lower risk of breast and prostate cancer
1 month ago - By ScienceDaily
People who have their evening meal before 9 p.m. or wait at least two hours before going to sleep have lower risk of breast and prostate cancer.
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