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Slowing Aging via Joint Rhythmic Exercise and Optimized Eating Behavior: Nature Enthuses

Akbar Nikkhah*
Chief Highly Distinguished Professor, Department of Animal Sciences, University of Zanjan, Iran
Corresponding Author : Akbar Nikkhah
Chief Highly Distinguished Professor
Department of Animal Sciences
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
University of Zanjan
Zanjan, Iran, National Elite Foundation, Tehran, Iran
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Received: July 28, 2015, Accepted: July 29, 2015 Published: August 04, 2015
Citation: Nikkhah A (2015) Slowing Aging via Joint Rhythmic Exercise and Optimized Eating Behavior: Nature Enthuses. J Bioprocess Biotech 5:e136. doi:10.4172/2155-9821.1000e136
Copyright: © 2015 Nikkhah A. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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This article innovatively describes how aging bioprocess can be slowed down through regular rhythmic exercise and frequent but light daily food meals. Adapting cell to rhythmic supply and oxidation of substrates is a necessity for effective waste management. Infrequent large high-energy food meals must be avoided to not overpressure cells under too high metabolic rates. Aging as a growing bioprocess is increasingly dependent on synchronizing eating and exercise rhythms.
Pragmatic Review

Aging is growing public health concern worldwide [1]. Improved understanding of life can slow down aging and improve life satisfaction and quality. However, despite the increased average human age mainly due to improved public health over the centuries, the quality of the increased years of lifespan has not often been improved. This implies that although science and technology have advanced, a real profound improvement in pragmatic understanding of life has not substantively occurred [2,3]. This article, thus, innovatively introduces and critically discusses rhythmic exercise alongside eating behavior in slowing the aging bioprocess.

Rhythmic exercise represents a type of regular physical activity that is conducted almost daily and intensely enough to ensure that the major food consumed during the 24-h period is effectively metabolized and waste-managed [4,5]. Rhythmic exercise has a circadian nature and in no ways permits any major substrate overloads in a variety of splanchnic and peripheral cells. Such a rhythmic regular exercise is adequately intense (e.g., causing sweating and high heart beating rate) and relatively durable (e.g., > 30 min) to allow extra body fats or fat precursors to be effectively and timely metabolized towards optimal body and psyche fitness and overall health [5-7]. This bioprocess ensures that the individual remains highly satisfied with his/her performance, utility, and service for the betterment of local, national and global societies.

Desirable results from rhythmic regular exercise may not be predictably achieved should eating behavior not appropriately complement the exercise program [8,9]. Because of the augmented substrate supply and induced anabolism shortly after food intake and the higher chances for various types of cell toxicities due to mismanaged waste, the quantity of the food taken in each meal must not exceed certain limits [10]. To elaborate on, assuming a circadian energy requirement of 2000 kcal for an example individual, taking one single large 2000 kcal meal or two 1000 kcal large meals (or even three 667 kcal meals) daily is not considered optimal. Instead, such an energy requirement should be met by taking food meals of no more than 500 kcal at each eating time. Preferably, to emphasize, five 400 kcal, or six 333 kcal, or seven 286 kcal daily meals better meet nutrient and metabolic requirements for healthy and quality aging. Notably, it is critical to not consider each food meal fully independent, as it includes also any kind of food that is taken around the major meal as a supplement, such as different fruits, vegetables and desserts.

The above representations describe a joint bioprocess that used to occur when the man was the mentee of the nature. Modernization has kept the man too far from the mother nature [6]. This unhealthy distance has resulted in the emergence of numerous public and individual health issues that seriously jeopardize the quality of the increased human age [10-13]. Obesity, diabetes and cancer continue to harmfully affect human life mainly and foremost due to interrupted synchronies of substrate supply and oxidation [12-15]. Joint practices of rhythmic exercise and optimal eating behavior is a pragmatic strategy to minimize the above interruptions and improve aging bioprocess for quality life.

This article presented an innovative pragmatic approach to intense, rhythmic and regular physical activity complemented by light and frequent daily food meals as a metabolically and timely appropriate eating behavior. This strategy minimizes risks from substrate overload, imbalanced substrate supply and oxidation, unnecessary substrate deposition, mismanaged waste, various cellular toxicities, inefficient insulin action, depressed endocrinology and immunity, and hastened aging.

The Ministry of Science Research and Technology, National Elite Foundation, and University of Zanjan are thanked for supporting the author’s global programs of optimizing science edification in the new millennium.

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