Time Restricted Eating

Time Restricted Eating is a method of reducing the overall spread of eating time.  It's a simple and elegant way of boosting metabolism without utilizing any specific dietary changes.  The freedom of diverting the focus from food, to time of eating, is the momentum behind this field of science.  Dr. Wei-Shatzel has helped hundreds of patients over the years implement this style of daily short fasting, using the Salk Metabolic weight loss app or via direct patient visits at her office, she has successfully guided her patients to their optimal health.  It is one of the most worthwhile lifestyle changes you can make, and it is one of the easiest to adopt.

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Dr. Julie Wei-Shatzel is a Family Practice physician who believes in the body's own healing properties she applies the most current and up to date science to help the body heal itself.  She has been in a recent film about fasting featuring the collaboration with Dr. Panda at the Salk Institute in San Diego in a weight loss study using Time Restricted Eating.  Through the experience of hundreds of patients using this lifestyle change, she has directly observed the healing success stories of these individuals.

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Time Restricted Eating

Time Restricted Eating for metabolism boosting, read on and activate your silent circadian genes!

From Dr. Pandas post -  Sleeps effect on the hippocampus is for memory formation. But it also works on other areas of the brain, helping us form long term memories @nature 
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-018-0716-8 …
Even our cognitive function through the ages, relies on our circadian rhythms, from the latest in the journal Nature https://go.nature.com/2ELdtbO

 

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great journal and great journal article ! happy holidays

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Eat like a kid again this Christmas! Time Restricted Eating in the journal of Nutrition and Healthy Aging - improves metabolic disorders! https://bit.ly/2Cwhj6f
Fasting promotes the breakdown of adipose into fatty acids which are converted into ketone bodies in the liver through the cells mitochondria - this is why everyone is talking about ketones.  This process happens naturally with Time Restricted Eating
A preliminary study published in the August issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings suggests that, for some people, different activities of gut bacteria may be responsible for their inability to lose weight, despite adherence to strict diet and exercise regimens.
Cardio exercise and strength training affect hormones differently August 24, 2018
University of Copenhagen The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Strength training and cardio exercise affect the body differently with regard to the types of hormones they release into the blood, new research shows. One of the conclusions of the study is that cardio exercise produces a far greater amount of the metabolic hormone FGF21 than strength training.
Endurance exercise training has beneficial effects on gut microbiota composition -October 15, 2018
University of Jyväskylä
Endurance exercise training beneficially modifies gut microbiota composition. After six weeks of training, potentially inflammation causing microbes (Proteobacteria) decreased and microbes that are linked to enhanced metabolism (Akkermansia) increased.
Diets rich in fish oil could slow the spread and growth of breast cancer cells
Omega-3 fatty acids, such as those typically contained in fish oil, may suppress the growth and spread of breast cancer cells in mice. This is according to a new study in the journal Clinical & Experimental Metastasis.  According to lead author, Saraswoti Khadge of the University of Nebraska Medical Centre in the US, fatty acids stopped further delayed tumors from forming, and blocked the cancerous cells from spreading to other organs in mice. The researchers speculate that this might be because of the way in which omega-3 fatty acids support the bodys immune and anti-inflammatory systems.