Intermittent energy restriction induces changes in breast gene expression and systemic metabolism.
Evans, D Gareth R
Clarke, Robert B
AffiliationGenesis Breast Cancer Prevention Centre, University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust, Southmoor Road, Manchester, M23 9LT, UK.
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AbstractObservational studies suggest weight loss and energy restriction reduce breast cancer risk. Intermittent energy restriction (IER) reduces weight to the same extent as, or more than equivalent continuous energy restriction (CER) but the effects of IER on normal breast tissue and systemic metabolism as indicators of breast cancer risk are unknown.
CitationIntermittent energy restriction induces changes in breast gene expression and systemic metabolism. 2016, 18 (1):57 Breast Cancer Res
JournalBreast Cancer Research
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