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Dr. Satchin Panda on Practical Implementation of Time-Restricted Eating & Shift Work Strategies (Transcript)

Dr. Satchin Panda

Dr. Satchin Panda Interview TRANSCRIPT

INTERVIEWER: Hello, everyone. Super excited to be here again with Dr Satchin Panda, who is a professor at the Salk Institute for Biological Science. And this is actually a round two podcast.

Previously Satchin and I had a really long and interesting discussion on his research and how we talked a lot about how the body’s internal clock, which is known as the circadian rhythm, how that is regulated by the external cues, such as light, and how the interaction between light in a certain part of the brain called the suprachiasmatic nucleus. Which is like the master oscillator, as it’s called, or master regulator, of circadian rhythm and how circadian rhythm regulates, you know, when we’re active, when we sleep, when we’re awake, when we eat, things like that.

But also we talked a lot about this other external cue which also regulates circadian rhythm in what’s known as peripheral oscillators. Which are other tissues outside of the nervous system, such as the liver and the gut, and how that’s actually regulated by the timing of the food that we take in. And that’s where Dr Panda’s work comes in, has shed a lot of light on what this — what’s called the timing of the food intake and how restricting that timing of your food intake to a certain period of time, for example 9 to 12 hours during the day, can possibly affect a variety of different metabolic outcomes and health factors.

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