Early Dinner May Lower Cancer Risk

Eating dinner early and having a long interval between that day’s final meal and sleep are both associated with reduced risk of breast and prostate cancer, according to Spanish researchers. In the study, which included 621 men with prostate cancer, 1,205 women with breast cancer, and 872 men, and 1,321 women without cancer, those who went to sleep two or more hours after eating had a 20% reduction in cancer risk for both types of cancer compared to those who slept immediately after eating dinner. Similar results were found in those who had dinner before 9 pm compared to dinner after 10 pm.

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