publication . Article . 2016

The comparative effect of fasting with and without caloric restriction in Rat on oxidative stress parameters

Nurina Tyagita; Taufiqurrachman Nasihun; Titiek Sumarawati;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2016 Journal: Journal of Fasting and Health, volume 4, issue 3, pages 102-107 (issn: 2345-2587, eissn: 2345-2587, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Mashhad University of Medical Sciences
Abstract
<strong>Introduction</strong>: Fasting, like Islamic Ramadan Fasting, has been associated with health benefits. Islamic Ramadan fasting, a form of caloric restriction (CR) or alternate day fasting that. Studies suggest a comparable effect of ADF and caloric restriction. Despite the fact that fasting can be considered as a form of dietary restriction, fasters tend to have difficulty to reduce their food intake during non-fasting period by overeating leading to the excessive calorie intake. To compare the effect of fasting with and without caloric restriction in Sprague Dawley rats. <strong>Methods:</strong> The rats were assigned to one of three groups: ADF with ...
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free text keywords: Alternate day fasting, Caloric restriction, Oxidative stress, lcsh:Medicine (General), lcsh:R5-920
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