New Research: Meal Timing and Body Fat

 

A recent study in the Journal of Nutritional Sciences finds that small changes to your first and last meals of the day can lower body fat. 1

Scientists used “time-restricted feeding,” a form of intermittent fasting, in a 10-week study at the University of Surrey to evaluate the impact that altering meal times had on food intake, body composition, and lab markers for diabetes and heart disease. ...

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