Eating for Your Ethnicity
When Canadian-born Vietnamese scientist Stephen Le received devastating news that his mother had passed away at a shocking age of 66 due to breast cancer, it manifested an ordeal of questions. His mother’s death was only two years after her mother, Stephen’s grandmother, had passed away at the old age of 92.
As a way of coping, Le conducted his own research that proved,
“Asians who migrate to North America and Europe see elevated rates of breast cancer as well as prostate cancer”.
Le published his own book 100 Million Years of Food: What Our Ancestors Ate and Why It Matters Today in February 2016.
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