Chrono-nutrition - how important is when you eat?
Modern lifestyles disrupt our natural circadian rhythm through prolonged exposure to artificial light, erratic eating patterns and shift work. Nutrition Bulletin has published (June 2021) a Virtual Issue on chrono-nutrition, an emerging area of research looking at the effects of meal timing on metabolic health and chronic disease risk.
To access the Virtual Issue, please visit the Nutrition Bulletin website here.
Editorial: Chrono-nutrition – an emerging, modifiable risk factor for chronic disease? - G. K. Pot
- Early versus late time-restricted feeding in adults at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes: Is there an optimal time to eat for metabolic health? - S. Lynch, J. D. Johnston, M. D. Robertson *OPEN ACCESS*
- Optimising intermittent fasting: Evaluating the behavioural and metabolic effects of extended morning and evening fasting - D. J. Clayton, W. J. A. Mode, T. Slater *OPEN ACCESS*
- Sleep matters: Can a good night's sleep help tackle the obesity crisis? - H. Gibson-Moore, L. Chambers
- Working hours and cardiometabolic health – an emerging area of nutritional research - R. Gibson
- The Big Breakfast Study: Chrono-nutrition influence on energy expenditure and bodyweight - L. C. Ruddick-Collins, J. D. Johnston, P. J. Morgan, A. M. Johnstone *OPEN ACCESS*
- Concordant and divergent strategies to improve postprandial glucose and lipid metabolism - R. M. Edinburgh, J. A. Betts, S. F. Burns, J. T. Gonzalez
- Sleep patterns in relation to dietary patterns and cardio-metabolic risk: An update from Drummond Pump Priming Award recipients - J. Darzi, H. Al Khatib, G. K. Pot
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