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Pregnant? Eating broccoli sprouts may reduce child's chances of breast cancer later in life

Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham have found that a plant-based diet is more effective in preventing breast cancer later in life for the child if the mother consumed broccoli while pregnant. The 2018 study out of the UAB College of Arts and Sciences and Comprehensive Cancer Center used epigenetics — the study of biological mechanisms that will switch genes on and off—as a mechanism to identify ways we can change human gene expressions in fatal diseases, including breast cancer.

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