technically, it wasn’t #eTRF. It was a comparison of a daytime (8 AM – 7 PM) vs. delayed (12 PM – 11 PM) meal pattern. Strong study design.
Randomized, CROSSOVER, all food provided for 8 weeks. Yes, sample size was only 12, but did I mention it was a CROSSOVER with all food provided?
N=12. It’s really hard to reach statistical significance in a crossover study, but they did…
Compliance was excellent.
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