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A time to fast.(Report)

Nutrient composition and caloric intake have traditionally been used to devise optimized diets for various phases of life. Adjustment of meal size and frequency have emerged as powerful tools to ameliorate and postpone the onset of disease and delay aging, whereas periods of fasting, with or without... Full description

Journal Title: Science Nov 16, 2018, Vol.362(6416), p.770(6)
Main Author: Di Francesco, Andrea
Other Authors: Di Germanio, Clara , Bender, Michel , De Cabo, Rafael
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0036-8075 ; DOI: 10.1126/science.aau2095
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title: A time to fast.(Report)
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  • Di Francesco, Andrea
  • Di Germanio, Clara
  • Bender, Michel
  • De Cabo, Rafael
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  • Fasting -- Health Aspects
  • Low Calorie Diet -- Health Aspects
  • Human Nutrition -- Methods
ispartof: Science, Nov 16, 2018, Vol.362(6416), p.770(6)
description: Nutrient composition and caloric intake have traditionally been used to devise optimized diets for various phases of life. Adjustment of meal size and frequency have emerged as powerful tools to ameliorate and postpone the onset of disease and delay aging, whereas periods of fasting, with or without reduced energy intake, can have profound health benefits. The underlying physiological processes involve periodic shifts of metabolic fuel sources, promotion of repair mechanisms, and the optimization of energy utilization for cellular and organismal health. Future research endeavors should be directed to the integration of a balanced nutritious diet with controlled meal size and patterns and periods of fasting to develop better strategies to prevent, postpone, and treat the socioeconomical burden of chronic diseases associated with aging.
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identifier: ISSN: 0036-8075 ; DOI: 10.1126/science.aau2095
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abstractNutrient composition and caloric intake have traditionally been used to devise optimized diets for various phases of life. Adjustment of meal size and frequency have emerged as powerful tools to ameliorate and postpone the onset of disease and delay aging, whereas periods of fasting, with or without reduced energy intake, can have profound health benefits. The underlying physiological processes involve periodic shifts of metabolic fuel sources, promotion of repair mechanisms, and the optimization of energy utilization for cellular and organismal health. Future research endeavors should be directed to the integration of a balanced nutritious diet with controlled meal size and patterns and periods of fasting to develop better strategies to prevent, postpone, and treat the socioeconomical burden of chronic diseases associated with aging.
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