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Time restricted feeding improves metabolism, whatever the time of initiation!

9 December 2019

Science Pearls 

Talk by Dr Prashant Regmi at the ANZOS-ASLM-ICCR 2019 Conference Joint National and International Conference on Obesity and Related Chronic Diseases, Sydney, Australia.

Talk title : « Time restricted feeding improves metabolic outcomes in mice with and without a phase delay in initiation »

Time restricted feeding (TRF, 10-hours from lights off) reduces body weight, improves glucose tolerance and insulin sensibility and prevent hepatic steatosis in mice fed high-fat diet. Delaying the initiation of TRF (4-hours, akin to breakfast skipping) reduced weight and fat mass losses, but did not significantly impact improvements that were observed in glucose metabolism.

Read this article to go deeper into the subject: Clic HERE.