September 29, 2022


Its all about the Health

Fasting, Meal Timing Change Serotonin, Dopamine Regulating Appetite, Food Cravings

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Researchers in Denmark discovered that fasting impacts key chemicals in the brain differently for lean and obese subjects.

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After a 24-hour fast, serotonin was increased in appetite regulatory regions in lean but not obese subjects.

Researchers did further analysis and found that fasting-related shifts in insulin and fatty acids were responsible for much of this shift in brain chemicals in the lean subjects.

Here are a few key takeaways from this video:

-Serotonin plays an important role in appetite signaling
-Eating earlier in the day may support higher levels of serotonin and thus better appetite control
-Obese individuals may need to pair exercise with their fasting regimes to gain the most benefit

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—————————————–Show Notes————————————–
0:00 Intro
0:35 Fasting and Brain Chemistry
1:19 Obese VS Lean Brain Chemistry After 24-hour Fast
2:14 New Sleep Blend
2:20 Genetic Testing
3:10 Fasting, Insulin and Neurotransmitters
6:30 Weight Lifting Burns Fat
10:47 Meal timing and Brain Chemistry

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