Volume 4  Issue 1

Volume 4  Issue 1

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Viewpoint Article

Optimized Lifestyle via Timing of Food Intake: Bridging Ruminant Agriculture to Human Health

Akbar Nikkhah*

Ruminant discoveries help construct a promise to develop family programs on timing of eating to improve cell metabolism and overall body health. In light of the increasing concerns on obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular complexities, and cancer, public education must adopt optimum times of nutrient intake over the 24-h period. Such a guideline would include avoiding large evening and night meals, consuming early post-exercise breakfast, and distributing frequent meals during morning and early afternoon hours. Timing of food intake is a feasible approach to improve life quality in the postmodern era.

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Forum Article

Chronoorchestration of Ruminant Voluntary Food Intake: A Novel Authority

Akbar Nikkhah*

Chronophysiology is an evolutionary pragmatic interscience that helps ruminants cope with the fluctuating environment. In light of the most recent discoveries on feeding and eating timing-orchestration of postprandial intake and rumen fermentation patterns, an innovative perspective is born to analyze chronophysiology as a major organizer of voluntary nutrient intake (VNI). This article elaborates on this postmodern innovation.

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