Early to bed? Early to dine

A recent Spanish study found meal timing is potentially associated with cancer risk. Specifically, earlier evening meals and a longer interval between eating dinner and going to sleep were associated with a lower prostate or breast cancer risk. Compared with subjects sleeping immediately after dinner, those sleeping two or more hours after eating had reduced risk of developing the cancers.

International Journal of Cancer, July 2018

First published: Sep 2018

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