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Time-Restricted Eating In Women - A Pilot Study
Western Undergraduate Research Journal Health and Natural Sciences
BACKGROUND: There is a growing interest in intermittent fasting as a method of body fat loss. However, research on time-restricted eating, a type of intermittent fasting, is more limited. The purpose of this study was to assess the effects of time-restricted eating on fat mass in women. METHODS: 20 healthy, young (21.3 years ± 1.2 years), body mass stable (± 2.27 kg in the past 6 months) women completed a 4week time-restricted eating study. During the intervention, participants restricted theirdoi:10.5206/wurjhns.2017-18.3 fatcat:u3ye7auppjfp7pw37hthh56q7a