Virtual Issue Focuses on Time-Restricted Feeding
In recognition of March being National Nutrition Month®, the editors of
are showcasing a virtual issue titled "
Time-Restricted Feeding: Effective Strategy or Fleeting Fad?
" that sheds light on the clinical relevance of time-restricted feeding, not only for obesity and type 2 diabetes, but also for late-night eating, breakfast skipping, irregular mealtimes, shift work and sleep and circadian disturbances.
Time-restricted feeding strategies such as intermittent fasting have become popular with dieters as alternatives to continuous caloric restriction, but how do these strategies produce their effects and how realistic are they for producing weight loss and improving cardiometabolic health?
Cutting-edge research published in
, the official journal of The Obesity Society, has provided important clues to help us answer these questions.
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