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Intermittent fasting is beneficial in the management of chronic diseases



A recent study conducted by an international team of researchers discovered that intermittent fasting can be beneficial in the prevention and management of chronic diseases, including diabetes.


The findings of the study were published in the journal ‘Endocrine Reviews’.


In the study's findings, ingesting daily calories within a constant window of 8-10 hours is an effective strategy for preventing and managing chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, among other things.


Time-restricted eating is a sort of intermittent fasting in which you restrict your food intake to a specific number of hours each day, similar to how you would fast.


Irregular fasting is one of the most popular diet trends today, and individuals are incorporating it into their lives in order to reduce weight, improve their health, and simplify their lives.


In order to shed pounds and live a better lifestyle, people must be mindful of when they eat and what they eat, according to the experts. "Time-restricted eating is a simple and successful dietary plan that involves less mental calculation than counting calories," said Satchidananda Panda, PhD, of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California. "It is also a good way to lose weight," he said.



"Intermittent fasting has been shown to improve sleep and a person's overall quality of life, as well as lessen the risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease," Panda continued.


In the study, the researchers looked into the science underpinning time-restricted eating, as well as current clinical studies and the potential for future research to better understand the health benefits of this method of eating.


The latest research has showed that genes, hormones, and metabolism all peak and trough at distinct periods throughout the 24-hour period.


It is possible to optimize health by aligning daily behaviors, such as when we eat, with the body's internal clock, as well as to lower the risk or disease burden of chronic illnesses such as diabetes, heart disease, and liver disease.


"Eating at irregular times disrupts the synchronicity of our internal program, increasing our susceptibility to sickness," Panda explained.


Everybody can benefit from intermittent fasting, and it is a lifestyle that anyone may embrace." Ultimately, it can aid in the elimination of health inequities and the ability for everyone to have a healthy and full life," Panda said.

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