Time Restricted Feeding (TRF)

Intermittent Fasting VS Time Restricted Feeding: Why Fast Time Maybe More Important Than Length

by Mike Mutzel



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Links to Studies That Highlight the Importance of Circadian Biology in the Context of Intermittent Fasting


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Hot Off the Press: the first ever randomized cross-over clinical trial to evaluate how time-restricted feeding (TRF) impacts circadian clock genes, glucose, BDNF, 24-hour glucose, autophagy and various hormones. Like and Save this one so next time the Sheeple who follow fitness pundits yet can’t think for themselves says stuff like, “Meal timing doesn’t matter…it’s all about calorie balance!” 🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️ Will be diving into the nuances and key takeaways from this study tomorrow AM on my YouTube channel. #autophagy #timerestrictedeating #timerestrictedfeeding #intermittentfasting #fasting #bloodsugar #glucose #cico #energybalance #science #mitochondria #autophagyfast #functionalmedicine

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Anton, S. D., Moehl, K., Donahoo, W. T., Marosi, K., Lee, S. A., Mainous, A. G., III, et al. (2017). Flipping the Metabolic Switch: Understanding and Applying the Health Benefits of Fasting. Obesity, 26(2), 254–268. 

Sutton, E. F., (2018). Early Time-Restricted Feeding Improves Insulin Sensitivity, Blood Pressure, and Oxidative Stress Even without Weight Loss in Men with Prediabetes. Cell Metabolism, 27(6), 1212–1221.e3. 


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