Fasting and science: what effects does this nutritional pattern have on our health?

Traditionally, fasting has been considered “bad” for health. However, according to the latest scientific data, such as this compilation study of the National Institute of Aging in Baltimore, nothing is further from reality: fasting is presented as an excellent tool to improve our lifestyle. Of course, it is not a simple matter, and simplifying it is of little help. …

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Do you run to lose weight?

A lot of bikini operation, a lot of people running but … Do we want to improve our body composition or do we go jogging for the love of running?  It seems that making sprints are more fat lost with less investment of time (significant reduction in abdominal and visceral zone ), metabolic efficiency is improved, the ability of lipid oxidation, the anabolic response is more significant and …

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How many times do you have to eat a day? / Demining the 10 greatest eating myths.

How many times do you have to eat a day to lower your belly? Many nutritionists, dietitians, gym trainers and even some doctors, recommend you consume five or six meals a day, why this is supposed to be good for your health and will allow you to lose weight more quickly. Even some nutritional consultants …

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Intermittent fasting: is it better to make short daily fasts or a longer fast once a week?

We have spoken on numerous occasions of intermittent fasting. This dietary pattern has various evidence of effectiveness in losing weight and maintaining it. But there are several strategies, which one is the best? The sin of simplicity, in an aspect as complex as nutrition, does a disservice to our health. Therefore, it is better to answer carefully and …

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Bacterial infections as cheat the immune system

Intracellular bacterial pathogens have developed multiple strategies for the exploitation or sequestration of eukaryotic functions to survive and multiply within host cells. Numerous pathogens antagonize the initiation and maturation of autophagy processes, bypassing autophagy recognition, or appropriating the autophagy pathway to facilitate intracellular survival. Within the strategies by which bacterial pathogens can escape the elimination …

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