Feb 25, 2021
Dr. Satchin Panda, a circadian biology expert at the Salk Institute; and Dr. Ruth Patterson, a cancer researcher at UCSD. feature
Time-restricted eating, which involves taking in food within a small window of time during the day and fasting for the remainder, can improve certain biomarkers of health – even without weight loss – to improve overall health. In Part I of this two-part segment, Drs. Satchin Panda and Ruth Patterson describe how eating following the body's circadian clock – eating during the day and fasting at night – enables the body to focus on repair rather than on the digestion of food.