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locarb4avr Fri, Jan-18-19 13:27

Fasting Appears to Reset "Crucial" Clock on Aging-Related Diseases
 
Again, below paper proved one meal per day or/and one meal per couple days make sense.


Fasting Appears to Reset "Crucial" Clock on Aging-Related Diseases

https://www.inverse.com/article/525...ects?refresh=33



Fasting Imparts a Switch to Alternative Daily Pathways in Liver and Muscle

https://www.cell.com/cell-reports/f...Fshowall%3Dtrue


Below is 13 hours fasting and breast cancer statistical study.

Prolonged Nightly Fasting and Breast Cancer Prognosis
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4982776/


Can Fasting 13 Hours or More at Night Reduce Recurrence Risk?
https://www.breastcancer.org/resear...recurrence-risk

WereBear Fri, Jan-18-19 13:55

There's a great deal of irony in this. Ancel Keys, whose jiggered data did much to blame fat for heart disease, might have gotten another source of data misconception since much of his Mediterranean diet studies were done among a population who fasts regularly for religious reasons.

mike_d Fri, Jan-18-19 14:07

Quote:
There are some factors that can throw a clock out of balance: For instance, high-fat and high-calorie diets have been shown to do so in turtles and mice.
Surprised he didn't add: "This can of course be fixed with a Mediterranean style diet high in fruit, vegetables and healthy whole grains."

Meme#1 Fri, Jan-18-19 14:19

Turtles and mice :lol: :lol: :lol:
Surprised he didn't say frogs and lizards :D


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