Low Protein Intake During Pregnancy Raises Progeny’s Risk of Future Prostate Cancer, Rat Study Finds

Low Protein Intake During Pregnancy Raises Progeny’s Risk of Future Prostate Cancer, Rat Study Finds
Consumption of a low-protein diet during pregnancy and breastfeeding may increase the risk of male offspring developing prostate cancer later in life, a rat study suggests. The study, “Maternal Low-Protein Diet Impairs Prostate Growth in Young Rat Offspring and Induces Prostate Carcinogenesis With Aging,” was published in The Journals of Gerontology: Series A. The team of researchers

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