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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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Dominic N. -

-thank you for this great review. Could the late eating window explain these results? There is a significant decrease in the efficiency in calorie burning as the day progresses. would it be reasonable to expect better results if the feeding window was earlier ex:9-5 pm ?

Neda F., MD -

Hi Dominic! Thanks for your question. Here's Tom's response: "Since the TRE group was 'allowed' to eat between noon and 8pm, I doubt say 3 hours would make a big difference in terms of their metabolic efficiency. I imagine most people find it easiest to skip breakfast and eat in that 12-8 window. But it's an interesting question that we don't know the answer to!"

Dominic N. -

Thank you for the reply. I Read the following paper after listening to your fantastic podcast. Thought I'd share:
Kahleova H, Lloren JI, Mashchak A, Hill M, Fraser GE. Meal Frequency and Timing Are Associated with Changes in Body Mass Index in Adventist Health Study 2. J Nutr. 2017;147(9):1722-1728.

Neda F., MD -

Thanks so much!

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