Month: October 2021

Fasting, not calorie count, boosts lifespan in mice: study

Eating less often does more to improve the health and lifespan of rodents than simply eating less, a study said Monday.Researchers looking at mice on different diets found those who were fed fewer calories in a single daily feeding lived longer than mice eating the same number of calories distributed throughout the day. The study,…

To live longer, eat less – and less often – study in mice suggests: intermittent fasting, loved by Kourtney Kardashian, seems to improve the health and lifespan of rodents

Limiting the diets of mice, and restricting feeding to a three-hour daily window, is linked to improved metabolism and a longer life, researchers have found If the findings apply to people, those already cutting their daily calorie count by 20 or 30 per cent may want to add intermittent fasting to the mix

Dr. Mercola’s 2021 Biohacking Lecture

25My absolute favorite event to speak at is Dave Asprey’s Biohacking event. He was kind enough to allow me to run my presentation at this year’s event in Orlando. To say it was beyond fantastic is a serious understatement. I learned so much and had a chance to personally connect with over 1,000 people. It…

Circadian diet another form of intermittent fasting

Ask the DoctorsCircadian diet another form of intermittent fasting By Ask the Doctors • October 1, 2021 Dear Doctor: A yoga teacher at our gym has been talking about something called the circadian diet. He says it’s good for your gut microbiome. I’ve heard of circadian rhythms, but I don’t see how that’s connected to…

Dirty Fasting: What It Is, How It’s Done, and If It Works

Within the past few years, fasting has become a phenomenon. Intermittent fasting was Google’s most researched diet in 2019, and its popularity continues to grow. One common way to practice intermittent fasting is through time-restricted eating, which limits the amount of time in a day you can eat. There’s now a newer type of time-restricted…

Metabolic flux from the Krebs cycle to glutamate transmission tunes a neural brake on seizure onset

Loading metrics Open Access Peer-reviewed Research Article Jiwon Jeong,  Jongbin Lee,  Ji-hyung Kim,  Chunghun Lim x Published: October 29, 2021 https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgen.1009871 AbstractKohlschütter-Tönz syndrome (KTS) manifests as neurological dysfunctions, including early-onset seizures. Mutations in the citrate transporter SLC13A5 are associated with KTS, yet their underlying mechanisms remain elusive. Here, we report that a Drosophila SLC13A5 homolog,…