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Intermittent fasting (IF) is a term used to describe a variety of eating patterns in which no or few calories are consumed for time periods that can range from 12 hours to several days, on a recurring basis. This review is focused on the physiological responses of major organ systems, including the musculoskeletal system, to the onset of the metabolic switch: the point of negative energy balance at which liver glycogen stores are depleted and fatty acids are mobilized (typically beyond 12 hours after cessation of food intake).

Emerging findings suggest that the metabolic switch from glucose to fatty acid-derived ketones represents an evolutionarily conserved trigger point that shifts metabolism from lipid/cholesterol synthesis and fat storage to mobilization of fat through fatty acid oxidation and fatty acid-derived ketones, which serve to preserve muscle mass and function. Thus, IF regimens that induce the metabolic switch have the potential to improve body composition in overweight individuals. Moreover, IF regimens also induce the coordinated activation of signaling pathways that optimize physiological function, enhance performance, and slow aging and disease processes. Future randomized controlled IF trials should use biomarkers of the metabolic switch (e.g., plasma ketone levels) as a measure of compliance and of the magnitude of negative energy balance during the fasting period.
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Intermittent fasting (IF) is a term used to describe a variety of eating patterns in which no or few calories are consumed for time periods that can range from 12 hours to several days, on a recurring basis. This review is focused on the physiological responses of major organ systems, including the musculoskeletal system, to the onset of the metabolic switch: the point of negative energy balance at which liver glycogen stores are depleted and fatty acids are mobilized (typically beyond 12 hours after cessation of food intake). Emerging findings suggest that the metabolic switch from glucose to fatty acid-derived ketones represents an evolutionarily conserved trigger point that shifts metabolism from lipid/cholesterol synthesis and fat storage to mobilization of fat through fatty acid oxidation and fatty acid-derived ketones, which serve to preserve muscle mass and function. Thus, IF regimens that induce the metabolic switch have the potential to improve body composition in overweight individuals. Moreover, IF regimens also induce the coordinated activation of signaling pathways that optimize physiological function, enhance performance, and slow aging and disease processes. Future randomized controlled IF trials should use biomarkers of the metabolic switch (e.g., plasma ketone levels) as a measure of compliance and of the magnitude of negative energy balance during the fasting period.
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if you are looking for the best bariatric surgeon in Hyderabad. want to know bariatric surgery cost in Hyderabad. Dr. Abhishek katakwar is best bariatric & metabolic surgeon in hyderabad, Telangana. the bariatric surgery cost in hyderabad is cheaper than delhi. do you want to know how much does bariatric surgery cost in india. dr. abhishek katakwar is the bariatric & metabolic institute hyderabad, telangana offering bariatric surgery obesity in hyderabad. find the list of bariatric surgeons in india.
To dedicated runners, running outside gets all the glory. But when talking about whether treadmill running is “the same” as running outdoors, it helps to pinpoint what sort of sameness matters to you. In terms of the mechanics of your stride, there’s not much difference between running on a treadmill and running on the ground.But when it comes to your risk for injuries, there may be an important difference. “Most running injuries are overloading injuries that involve muscle, cartilage, bone or tendons wearing down over time, ”injuries probably occur more frequently when you repeat the exact same running motion thousands and thousands of times—as you would on a treadmill or a flat, consistent stretch of pavement. Thus, your risk for these overuse injuries increase. so lets go out and run to loose obesity and get rid of metabolic disorders like diabetes, hypertension, cardiac ailments......as i say
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To dedicated runners, running outside gets all the glory. But when talking about whether treadmill running is “the same” as running outdoors, it helps to pinpoint what sort of sameness matters to you. In terms of the mechanics of your stride, there’s not much difference between running on a treadmill and running on the ground.But when it comes to your risk for injuries, there may be an important difference. “Most running injuries are overloading injuries that involve muscle, cartilage, bone or tendons wearing down over time, ”injuries probably occur more frequently when you repeat the exact same running motion thousands and thousands of times—as you would on a treadmill or a flat, consistent stretch of pavement. Thus, your risk for these overuse injuries increase. so lets go out and run to loose obesity and get rid of metabolic disorders like diabetes, hypertension, cardiac ailments......as i say "LOOSE to WIN"
Do not miss the most awaited awareness meet. Listen and ask questions to different specialist. 
1. Liver specialist ( Dr Rajesh Gupta from Asian Institute of gastroenterology) will talk about fatty liver disease and it's consequences.
2. Diabetologist ( Dr Harith Reddy)
3. Psychologist : depression and eating disorders with obesity
4. Nutrition experts advices ( Ntr Madhulika and Team)
5. Fitness expert and marathon runners (Shiv  and Vijay) to motivate [from Hyderabad Runner club (HRC)]
6. Bariatric and metabolic surgeon ( Dr Abhishek Katakwar from Asian Institute of gastroenterology)
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Do not miss the most awaited awareness meet. Listen and ask questions to different specialist. 1. Liver specialist ( Dr Rajesh Gupta from Asian Institute of gastroenterology) will talk about fatty liver disease and it's consequences. 2. Diabetologist ( Dr Harith Reddy) 3. Psychologist : depression and eating disorders with obesity 4. Nutrition experts advices ( Ntr Madhulika and Team) 5. Fitness expert and marathon runners (Shiv and Vijay) to motivate [from Hyderabad Runner club (HRC)] 6. Bariatric and metabolic surgeon ( Dr Abhishek Katakwar from Asian Institute of gastroenterology)
Who needs Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery: If your Efforts to lose weight with diet and exercise have been unsuccessful. Your body mass index (BMI) is 40 or higher. Your BMI is 35 or more and you have a serious weight-related health problem, such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure or severe sleep apnea.
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Who needs Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery: If your Efforts to lose weight with diet and exercise have been unsuccessful. Your body mass index (BMI) is 40 or higher. Your BMI is 35 or more and you have a serious weight-related health problem, such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure or severe sleep apnea.

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