Scientists have found that eating at a fixed time is more effective in dealing with obesity outcomes than finding out the number of individual calories.
According to medicalnewstoday.com, the risk of breast cancer increases at optimal level. According to Dr Manasse Das, from the University of California at San Diego, it is necessary to control the food procedure to stop this risk.
Female laboratory rats showed eating at certain times of the day stopped growth.
Their activities against insulin include lower insulin levels in the blood. So, instead of examining calories for each food, it is best to set set and fixed hours to eat, ie eat a meal at a time each day according to a timeline.
According to doctors and doctors, a menu is successful as an effective and inexpensive strategy to tackle cancer and regenerate breast cancer treatment.