Natalie J. Bohmke, Dave L. Dixon, Danielle L. Kirkman

Chrono‐nutrition for hypertension

  • Endocrinology
  • Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
  • Internal Medicine

AbstractDespite the advancement in blood pressure (BP) lowering medications, uncontrolled hypertension persists, underscoring a stagnation of effective clinical strategies. Novel and effective lifestyle therapies are needed to prevent and manage hypertension to mitigate future progression to cardiovascular and chronic kidney diseases. Chrono‐nutrition, aligning the timing of eating with environmental cues and internal biological clocks, has emerged as a potential strategy to improve BP in high‐risk populations. The aim of this review is to provide an overview of the circadian physiology of BP with an emphasis on renal and vascular circadian biology. The potential of Chrono‐nutrition as a lifestyle intervention for hypertension is discussed and current evidence for the efficacy of time‐restricted eating is presented.

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