Mohamed Ibrahim Bassyouni
2020 / 4 / 21
There are a lot of daily events and pictures that choose a special place in the memory to appear at the time, place and occasion. The faces are the other that are difficult to forget. Temporary so we can forget it.
Fasting encourages the brain to increase BDNF protein, whose increase during fasting reaches 400% and leads to the production of new cells and more neurotransmitters, which leads to reduced clots, increased serotonin, improved memory and increased brain activity.
The size and number of meals is an essential aspect of nutrition that can have profound effects on human health and memory. Excessive energy consumption is associated with an increased incidence of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and some types of cancer and is a major cause of disability and death in industrialized countries. On the other hand, the effect of the number of meals on human health and longevity is unclear. Anyone who lowers calories (CR) and reduces meals and intermittent fasting can reduce the development of various diseases and can increase the shelf life in experimental animals through mechanisms that reduce oxidation and increase stress resistance. Many of the beneficial effects of CR and fasting appear to be mediated by the nervous system. For example, intermittent fasting increases the production of the brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which increases neuronal resistance in the brain to dys-function- and a decrease in neurodegenerative disorders in experimental animals-;- BDNF signals may also occur due to the beneficial effects of intermittent fasting on Glucose regulation and cardiovascular -function-. A better understanding of the neurobiological mechanisms that influence meal size and frequency on human health may lead to new approaches to disease prevention and treatment.