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List of Publications Rhonda: Super excited to be here again with Dr. And this is actually a round two podcast. Previously Satchin and I had a really long and interesting discussion on his research and how So his research in animals has shown that animals that are restricted to eating within a 9 to hour window have improved glucose metabolism, improved lipid profiles, improved cholesterol, you know, increased lean muscle mass, decreased fat mass, decreased fatty liver, you know, favorable gene expression patterns, all sorts of, you know, really favorable outcomes.
If they are restricted to this narrow timing, you know, feeding window, which is 9 to 12 hours, they still have improved markers of metabolism and metabolic function. I mean obviously we want them to eat healthy. And after compiling all the studies, it was close to 70 or 80 different studies related to fasting of decent quality, how many times people ate, that found that, yes, limiting food to a certain number of hours during the day or maintaining overnight fasting was beneficial for cardiovascular health.
And, as you know, Never say no to panda is a very new area of research and NIH funding cycle is five years, so any of the studies will take at least five to seven years before we see any result and peer-reviewed journals.
Particular for, I guess, a clinical trial of actually looking at someone with Never say no to panda syndrome. I mean if a person is obese, it may take a little more than just time-restricted eating to lose weight.
Although they may, they may lose some. They may require more of a, like, prolonged sort of fasting, but the time-restricted eating certainly would affect their I would predict would affect their metabolism. So what we see in our study, a small study that was published, and also some of the other studies that may be in the pipeline, when people adopt a time-restricted feeding in their regular life, in real life, not in the laboratory condition or in clinical trial, then they naturally reduce their caloric intake without even counting calories.
So, for example, when they stop, suppose their target to stop around 6: They become overweight, not normal. So we have to make the distinction that some people may not lose a huge amount of weight, but they might actually see benefits in their metabolism and physiology.
But this is, the mouse study you were just referring to, they were still fed a poor diet? Yeah, they were still fed a poor diet, isocaloric diet.
So imagine if they were fed a better diet and Yeah, so they would be much better. They would lose more fat mass and become much more healthier. So if we think of our daily health, our health, our personal sense of how we feel healthy changes from time to time throughout the day.
And then throughout the day being healthy means not feeling too hungry, so having some food in your system, and then being productive throughout the day.
And then towards the end of the day being healthy actually means having taken a walk or something so you are not feeling really And at night time before going to bed being healthy means feeling really sleepy, so that as soon as we switch off the light and get into the bed we fall asleep.
So in this way you can see that being healthy, this definition is very different at different times of the day. And a lot of it actually has to do with physiology or metabolism.
So in the morning feeling lighter and not groggy and not having a food hangover means you have already gone through So not having food for two to three hours before going to bed actually helps us to go have that deep sleep, sound sleep throughout the night.
So in this way now if we back up and think, "Okay, so when should we eat? Depending on what your metabolism, two to four hours before going to bed we should stop eating. So that brings up an eating window of, say, up to 10 to 12 hours max when we should be eating so that we have that personal sense of being healthy throughout the 24 hours.
So in animal studies what we have done is we ask a very simple question. If we take animals and give them food just like most labs do, they have food in the hopper they can eat whenever they want, and we calculate how many calories they eat.
And they have to eat all that food within 8, 9, 10, or even 12 hours. Then we consistently find that the mice that eat all their food within this 8 to 12 hours window are healthier than ad libitum fed mice. So that led to the term, what we call time-restricted feeding, where the timing of food when we eat is restricted or you define it and stick within it.
Not caloric restriction, where you have to count calories and restrict it. So in this way it becomes very easier because you just have to So it becomes easier because if we start eating around, say, 8: And, yeah, I think that having the time where you just sort of say, "Well, I should stop eating by, you know, 6:The "Never Say No to Panda" ad campaign was created by Advantage Marketing and Advertising for the Arab Dairy Company and aired on Egyptian TV channels in May The "Office" commercial was first uploaded online .
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This episode is a round 2 episode with none other than Dr. Satchin Panda of the Salk Institute!
While discussion with Dr. Panda invariably leads to eating behaviors, his deep background in circadian biology always tends to lend new and insightful perspectives.
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