Nighttime Fasting Reduces Breast Cancer Risk
We know that one of the things that fuels cancer cells is sugar. In fact, prior to a body scan for cancer, patients are given a sugar infusion, because cancer cells take up sugar 19x faster than normal cells. Not surprisingly, reducing sugar levels in the form of a fast, can reduce risk of cancer. You can do this every night by doing a 13hr fast. According to Life Extension Magazine (July 2016), research showed “women who fasted for fewer than 13 hours a night had a 36% higher risk for breast cancer recurrence, compared with women who fasted for 13 or more hours”.