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Chapter 8

Paper Chase #3 - Time Restricted Eating on Weight Loss

Tom Robertson, MD and Steve Biederman, MD
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Time-restricted eating on its own is not more effective in weight loss than eating throughout the day.

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Craig C. -

I love the Paper Chase portion of this podcast! I would curious to hear your comments on intermittent fasting that is truly intermittent, rather than daily. The logic would be the idea of shocking your metabolism by withholding a meal, or two, once per week and eating regular, healthy meals the rest of the week (16 hour or 24 hour fast once per week). The idea would be to enter gluconeogenesis/ketosis as a result of the fast and help the body break down stored fat.

Love the Pod!

GFOP,

CJ, PA-C in Texas

Adrian B. -

Hi CJ in Texas!
What a great question! Thanks for posting it. We'll see what we can find out! I've heard of people doing intermittent fasting intermittently (like you say, not every day) as well as some doing 1-2 lower calorie days per week and "regular" intake the other days, but certainly digging more into the evidence on all of those variations is needed!

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