Yet another study shows the benefits of metabolic timing. The takeaway from this highly controlled follow up to the 2013 Harvard study that showed meal timing increased weight loss is not just the decrease in metabolic rate for late eaters. It’s the difference in many other health markers that are directly correlated to obesity:
Eating late is associated with decreased resting-energy expenditure, decreased fasting carbohydrate oxidation, decreased glucose tolerance, blunted daily profile in free cortisol concentrations and decreased thermal effect of food on Twrist. These results may be implicated in the differential effects of meal timing on metabolic health.
From: Meal timing affects glucose tolerance, substrate oxidation and circadian-related variables: A randomized, crossover trial Intl Jour of Obesity 2015
There are now multiple studies showing the benefits of metabolic timing. For example this, and this, and this to share a few. Some show dramatic results. What else can EET Fitness‘ new paradigm since 2008 teach you other than basic metabolic timing? A lot, if you’re willing to learn.
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