Successful aging involves maintaining as healthy a lifestyle as possible, watching our eating habits, staying physically active, having a sense of purpose, religious or spiritual ties, staying connected to family or a social group, and maintaining a positive mental attitude. But what happens when a detour comes along on our successful aging journey?
There’s a new gun in town to fight off chronic diseases. In a persuasive article, limiting food intake to a window of 10 hours can prevent, or even reverse metabolic diseases like obesity, high blood sugar, high blood cholesterol, and high blood pressure. That’s the message from two researchers from the University of California San Diego, Drs. Satchin Panda and Pam Taub. These two scientists are exploring the effects of timing of nutrition on health on human subjects, after reviewing animal studies that have shown that time-restricted eating (“TRE”) have ...