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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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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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