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There is growing evidence pointing to the importance of adhering to daily eating patterns and prolonging the time between the last meal and sleep.
In other epidemiological studies, disruption to the circadian rhythm has been found to be an implication in the risk of cancers of the prostate, breast, colon, liver, pancreas, ovary and lung.
The circadian rhythm refers to a set of internal systems that dictate the physical, mental and behavioural changes that follow a 24-hour cycle.
This internal clock interacts closely with the pathways involved in homeostasis and metabolism.