Intermittent Fasting in Cardiovascular Disorders—An Overview
AbstractIntermittent fasting is a form of time restricted eating (typically 16 h fasting and 8 h eating), which has gained popularity in recent years and shows promise as a possible new paradigm in the approach to weight loss and the reduction of inflammation, and has many potential long term health benefits. In this review, the authors will incorporate many aspects of fasting, mainly focusing on its effects on the cardiovascular system, involving atherosclerosis progression, benefits for diabetes mellitus type 2, lowering of blood pressure, and exploring other cardiovascular risk factors (such as lipid profile and inflammation). View Full-Text
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Malinowski, B.; Zalewska, K.; Węsierska, A.; Sokołowska, M.M.; Socha, M.; Liczner, G.; Pawlak-Osińska, K.; Wiciński, M. Intermittent Fasting in Cardiovascular Disorders—An Overview. Nutrients 2019, 11, 673.
Malinowski B, Zalewska K, Węsierska A, Sokołowska MM, Socha M, Liczner G, Pawlak-Osińska K, Wiciński M. Intermittent Fasting in Cardiovascular Disorders—An Overview. Nutrients. 2019; 11(3):673.Chicago/Turabian Style
Malinowski, Bartosz; Zalewska, Klaudia; Węsierska, Anna; Sokołowska, Maya M.; Socha, Maciej; Liczner, Grzegorz; Pawlak-Osińska, Katarzyna; Wiciński, Michał. 2019. "Intermittent Fasting in Cardiovascular Disorders—An Overview." Nutrients 11, no. 3: 673.
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