DiscoverHigh Intensity Health with Mike Mutzel, MSFasting VS Dieting (calorie restriction): Health Benefits Depend on Fasting Window, New Study Finds
Fasting VS Dieting (calorie restriction): Health Benefits Depend on Fasting Window, New Study Finds

Fasting VS Dieting (calorie restriction): Health Benefits Depend on Fasting Window, New Study Finds

Update: 2021-11-12
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It’s common knowledge that calorie restriction is a validated strategy to extend lifespan and delay the onset of age-associated diseases. But there’s a new wrinkle that’s muddied the waters of this calorie restriction (CR) research, which, needless to say, has up to now been derived mainly from studies conducted in rodents (animal models).


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Links to research: https://bit.ly/3wF4eSL

Study:

Pak, H. et al. (2021). Fasting drives the metabolic, molecular and geroprotective effects of a calorie-restricted diet in mice. Nature metabolism, 3(10), 1327–1341.

Time Stamps:

0:00 Intro
0:05 Shared Features of Fasting and Calorie Restriction
0:23 New Study
1:23 Big Omission from Calorie Restriction Data
2:40 Blood Work MasterClass
3:53 Testing Fasting VS Calorie Restriction study details
6:40 Fuel Switch with fasting
7:23 Insulin, Glucagon and fat oxidation
08:54 Metabolic profiling of different fasting patterns
10:38 Experiment Number 2
11:03 Lifespan extension in fasting VS CR VS Ad Lib
13:43 Match Carbohydrate intake with exercise
14:10 TRF Feeding pattern practical tips

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Fasting VS Dieting (calorie restriction): Health Benefits Depend on Fasting Window, New Study Finds

Fasting VS Dieting (calorie restriction): Health Benefits Depend on Fasting Window, New Study Finds