Why is nutrition important?

Andrew Huberman AI:

Nutrition is important because it sets conditions in the body over time. The health benefits of time-restricted feeding occur because certain conditions are met in the brain and body for a certain amount of time. The Gardner study shows that for weight loss, what you consume is less important than the amount of food that you consume. However, what you consume is important for mental and athletic performance. Micronutrients play a huge role in hormone production, and micronutrient testing can be helpful to identify gaps. Smoothies with vegetables can be a useful tool to support the microbiome.