IDEA World Nutrition and Behavior Change Summit – Is it Time to Eat Yet?
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The body clock gene is essential for metabolic function. Time has become irrelevant in a world of nonstop chaotic eating, constant stress, constant screen-gazing, sedentary lifestyle, and sleep deprivation. Constant disruptions to the powerful circadian rhythm are wreaking havoc on both mental and physical health. Learn a new, science-based model for determining when and how to nourish and regenerate that is truly transformational. Expect the unexpected!
Define the circadian rhythm and the two biological components that make it up.
Determine the master biological clock and its associated cellular networks.
Discuss the highlights of recent scientific breakthroughs in chronobiology.
Explain the central focus of timed feeding and its relationship to the circadian rhythm.
Define autophagy and its connection to time-restricted feeding.
Recognize the health benefits of synchronizing with your daily circadian rhythm.
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