London: Pregnant women who gorge on junk food could be putting themselves at an increased risk of breast cancer that is passed down generations, say researchers.
The researchers add that while the grandmother ate a diet that was 43 percent fat, she didn’t eat more calories than a control population of rats, and both her daughters and granddaughters ate a normal chow. The researchers also found that the risk appears to not only extend from mother to daughter and granddaughter, but also from mother to son to granddaughter. "The implications from this study are that pregnant mothers need to eat a well balanced diet because they may be affecting the future health of their daughters and granddaughters," says de Assis. ANI
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