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Time-restricted feeding causes irreversible metabolic disorders and gut microbiota shift in pediatric mice.

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Summary of "Time-restricted feeding causes irreversible metabolic disorders and gut microbiota shift in pediatric mice."

Time-restricted feeding regimen (TRF), that is, no food consumption for 14-16 h during the light phase per day, attenuates the fattening traits and metabolic disorders in adults. This study aims to further investigate whether TRF would be protective against similar nutritional challenges in juvenile mice.

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Name: Pediatric research
ISSN: 1530-0447
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