Evidence for time-restricted eating in humans — heart health and improved biomarkers | Satchin Panda
Evidence gathered from a meta-analysis of multiple studies indicates that time-restricted eating is beneficial for cardiovascular health in humans. Recent data from animal studies indicate that time-restricted feeding – even in overweight animals eating a poor diet – has beneficial effects on metabolic health. Studies investigating whether the same benefits will be observed in a real-world setting in humans are lacking, however. In this clip, Dr. Satchin Panda describes the state of the science with regard to understanding the beneficial effects of time-restricted eating in humans.
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