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Annual Fasting; the Early Calories Restriction for Cancer Prevention

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Author(s): Solat Eslami | Zahra Barzgari | Negar Saliani | Nazli Saeedi | Abolfazl Barzgari

Journal: BioImpacts
ISSN 2228-5652

Volume: 2;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 213;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Healthy Food Habits | Intermittent Fasting | Annual Fasting | Human Microbiome Project | Calories Restriction | Life Style | Cancer Prevention

ABSTRACT
Essentially, people’s diet and nutritional status has been changed substantially worldwide and several lines of evidence suggest that these changes are to the detriment of their health. Additionally, it has been well documented that unhealthy diet especially the fast foods, untraditional foods or bad-eating-habits influence the human gut microbiome. The gut microbiota shapes immune responses during human life and affects his/her metabolomic profiles. Furthermore, many studies highlight the molecular pathways that mediate host and symbiont interactions that regulate proper immune function and prevention of cancer in the body. Intriguingly, if cancer forms in a human body due to the weakness of immune system in detriment of microbiome, the removal of cancer stem cells can be carried out through early Calories Restriction with Annual Fasting (AF) before tumor development or progress. Besides, fasting can b balance the gut microbiome for enhancement of immune system against cancer formation.
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