Chrono-nutrition: does timing of food intake matter for metabolic health?
A Talk by Alan Flanagan
About this talk
Recent research has demonstrated the importance of internal biological rhythms for human health. These circadian rhythms have been shown to regulate vital metabolic processes, from glucose tolerance to lipid metabolism. Emerging human research suggests that the interaction between circadian rhythms, individual time-of-day preferences, and the timing of food intake may have important implications for metabolic health. In this presentation, we'll discuss the current state of the literature, and the potential application of the findings for practitioners.
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Alan is currently pursuing his PhD in chrono-nutrition at the University of Surrey, having completed a Masters in nutrition science at the same institution. Originally a lawyer by background in Dublin, Ireland, Alan combines an investigative and logical approach to nutrition together with advocacy skills to communicate the often-complicated world of nutrition science, and is dedicated to guiding healthcare professionals and the lay public in science-based nutrition.
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