Chrononutrition: Meal Suggestions by Circadian Rhythms as taught by Dr Alan Delabos

Dr. Alain Delabos’ Chrononutrition is a method that respects the body’s biological clock and suggests that different nutrients are metabolized differently by the body depending on the time of the day. Here is a generalized example of his recommended daily eating schedule: This diet plan is a general approach based on Chrononutrition principles and might…

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How Synaptic Changes During Fasting Help Prevent Low Blood Sugar

This article is a summary of the published study:Fasting induces a form of autonomic synaptic plasticity that prevents hypoglycemia When we fast, our body activates a response called the counter-regulatory response (CRR) to prevent low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). One important part of this response is the autonomic nervous system, which controls the release of a…

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Understanding Blood Glucose Balance: The Crucial Role of Substrate Cycling Revealed by a Whole-Body Model for Glycogen Regulation

This is a summary of the study: A whole-body model for glycogen regulation reveals a critical role for substrate cycling in maintaining blood glucose homeostasis When our body transitions between fasting and eating, it needs to make important changes to keep our energy levels balanced. One key change involves maintaining the right amount of glucose…

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Time-Restricted Feeding: A Promising Approach to Metabolic Health

This article is based on the study: Time-restricted feeding and risk of metabolic disease: a review of human and animal studies Time-restricted feeding (TRF), a key component of intermittent fasting regimens, has gained considerable attention in recent years. TRF allows ad libitum energy intake within controlled time frames, generally a 3-12 hour range each day….

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Uncover Your Chronotype: Enhance Sleep & Boost Health through Chrononutrition

In this article: Ever wondered why you’re more alert at dawn while others thrive at dusk? That’s your chronotype at work, governing your body’s natural rhythm. Understanding this innate clock not only helps optimize your sleep but also opens doors to a novel approach in nutrition – Chrononutrition. In this article, we’ll demystify chronotypes, delve…

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Chrononutrition – Timing Matters: Exploring the Relationship Between When We Eat and Obesity

This article is a summary of the research study: Chrono-nutrition: a review of current evidence from observational studies on global trends in time-of-day of energy intake and its association with obesity Our body’s internal clock, known as the circadian rhythm, plays an important role in regulating our eating habits and metabolism. However, we have limited…

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Popular time-based eating options for weight loss and metabolic health

Each of these time-based eating/fasting methods has been studied to varying degrees, and their effects can vary based on numerous factors, including the individual’s overall diet, physical activity level, and metabolic health. Below is a summary from researching this list of studies. More research is needed to fully understand their long-term effects and potential benefits:…

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