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  • adj. Not fasting

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Examples

  • What makes this study so interesting is that both folate and vitamin B12 levels increased substantially in the fasting subjects despite their not eating any more food containing these substances than the nonfasting subjects.

    Inflammation and intermittent fasting | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • During Ramadan, in the fasting group, meals were taken exclusively at night while in the nonfasting group there was no change in the eating and sleeping habits. …the sleep pattern of the fasting group was delayed by approximately 2-3 hours on average.

    Inflammation and intermittent fasting | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • It's why pharmaceutical companies routinely test their drug candidates under fasting and nonfasting conditions.

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  • Hytrin primarily relaxes candidates in the viagra idiots and theophylline neck, nonfasting it cheaper to urinate.

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  •  A nonfasting blood sample for the measurement of serum cholesterol level is acceptable.

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  • (Nov. 22, 2008) - Elevated nonfasting triglyceride levels, previously associated with an increased risk for heart attack, also appear to be associated with an increased risk for ischemic ...

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  • Results from two studies indicate that elevated nonfasting triglyceride levels are associated with c ...

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  • …average daily energy and water intake remained comparable in both the fasting and nonfasting group and the working hours of both groups did not change during the whole study.

    Inflammation and intermittent fasting | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

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