#eTRF: OK, I’ll stop now

Early versus late time-restricted feeding in adults at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes: is there an optimal time to eat for metabolic health? (Lynch et al., 2020)

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This was a protocol for a future study, but the discussion was good.

Also, I suspect this proposal was published prior to the excellent #eTRF vs. breakfast skipping study (Allison et al., 2020), which pretty much covered everything they wanted to do.

Allison had an 11-hour eating window (8 am – 7 pm vs. 12 pm – 11 pm) whereas Lynch is proposing an 8-hour eating window (7 am – 3 pm vs. 12 pm – 8 pm), so a more truer #eTRF (both early and time-restricted)…

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