alexa Breast Safety Progress through Exercise-Driven Lactation: A Pragmatic Bioprocess to Prevent Cancer


Maternal and Pediatric Nutrition

Author(s): Akbar Nikkhah

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The objective of this article was to describe a novel bioprocess to help prevent cancer through augmenting lactation, especially driven by adequate physical activity. The methodology of this biotechnique is based on the philosophy that increased exercise improves appetite and nutrient turnover in favour of milk biosynthesis in mammary glands, thereby decreasing the likelihood of fat deposition where milk must be produced and fat depots must not be developed. Mammary adiposity and reduced lactation capacity predispose breast cells to oncogenesis

This article was published in Bioprocessing & Biotechniques and referenced in Maternal and Pediatric Nutrition

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