Search Results

You are looking at 51 - 60 of 262 items for :

  • time-restricted feeding x
  • Refine by Access: All content x
Clear All
Free access

C E Koch, M S Bartlang, J T Kiehn, L Lucke, N Naujokat, C Helfrich-Förster, S O Reber, and H Oster

RL 2009 Diurnal expression of functional and clock-related genes throughout the rat HPA axis: system-wide shifts in response to a restricted feeding schedule . American Journal of Physiology: Endocrinology and Metabolism 296 E888 – E897

Free access

Malathi Srinivasan, Paul Mitrani, Gigani Sadhanandan, Catherine Dodds, Suhad Shbeir-ElDika, Shanthie Thamotharan, Hussam Ghanim, Paresh Dandona, Sherin U Devaskar, and Mulchand S Patel

time points investigated ( Fig. 1 B). In order to estimate the correlation between the body weight and food intake data, the ratio of the feed efficiency (body weight gain per week/g feed consumed per week) for HC/MF and HF/MF assuming feed efficiency

Free access

Stefan O Krechowec, Mark Vickers, Arieh Gertler, and Bernhard H Breier

. Animal Study Design Virgin Wistar rats (age 100 ± 5 days, n =30 per group) were time mated using a rat oestrus cycle monitor to assess the stage of oestrus of the animals before introducing the male. After confirmation of mating, rats were

Free access

Miaozong Wu, John B Hall, R Michael Akers, and Honglin Jiang

to GH administration compared with ad libitum or restricted feeding ( Breier et al . 1988 b , McGuire et al . 1992 a ). Given the apparent role of circulating IGF1 in the control of animal growth and metabolism, the nutrition-dependent IGF1

Open access

Taira Wada, Yukiko Yamamoto, Yukiko Takasugi, Hirotake Ishii, Taketo Uchiyama, Kaori Saitoh, Masahiro Suzuki, Makoto Uchiyama, Hikari Yoshitane, Yoshitaka Fukada, and Shigeki Shimba

(+/+) mice and the APN (−/−) mice are similar to this behavioral pattern, that is, the amount of food intake by the APN (+/+) mice decreased between CT14 and CT16, showing a bimodal pattern, whereas the APN (−/−) mice were still feeding at that time period

Free access

M A Hyatt, G S Gopalakrishnan, J Bispham, S Gentili, I C McMillen, S M Rhind, M T Rae, C E Kyle, A N Brooks, C Jones, H Budge, D Walker, T Stephenson, and M E Symonds

have examined the longer term consequences of fetal exposure to maternal nutrient restriction from the time of conception up to mid gestation on later liver mass or function. This is important as it is now established that exposure to an adverse

Free access

N Govoni, R De Iasio, C Cocco, A Parmeggiani, G Galeati, U Pagotto, C Brancia, M Spinaci, C Tamanini, R Pasquali, G-L Ferri, and E Seren

( Masuda et al. 2000 ) and feeding behaviour ( Wren et al. 2000 ). The central orexigenic effects of ghrelin are independent on growth hormone stimulation and appear to be mediated, at least in part, through activation of neuropeptide Y

Free access

Rodolfo C Cardoso, Bruna R C Alves, Ligia D Prezotto, Jennifer F Thorson, Luis O Tedeschi, Duane H Keisler, Marcel Amstalden, and Gary L Williams

. 2011 ). In cattle, feeding a high-concentrate diet to heifers during the juvenile period, resulting in increased body weight (BW) gain and adiposity, leads to early maturation of the reproductive neuroendocrine system and earlier puberty ( Gasser et al

Free access

Gideon Hen, Sera Yosefi, Ana Ronin, Paz Einat, Charles I Rosenblum, Robert J Denver, and Miriam Friedman-Einat

types were purchased from local husbandries when they were a day old and raised with free access to feed and water (according to the NRC Manual) in our experimental farm. Samples from feed-restricted Lohman layers were obtained following 20 h of fasting

Free access

Harleen Kaur, Beverly S Muhlhausler, Pamela Su-Lin Sim, Amanda J Page, Hui Li, Maria Nunez-Salces, Georgia S Clarke, Lili Huang, Rebecca L Wilson, Johannes D Veldhuis, Chen Chen, Claire T Roberts, and Kathryn L Gatford

between groups. Given the rapid turnover of acyl-ghrelin in circulation ( Delhanty et al . 2015 ), we considered it possible that any effects of diet on ghrelin production and release may only have been evident close to the time of feeding. Therefore, in