A long term study has shown that a time-restricted eating protocol helped strength-training participants lose weight and quell inflammation. But they lost muscle as well as fat, primarily because their testosterone levels were depressed.
Does it matter when you eat? A new study on elite cyclists says yes, with a cohort that ate only between late morning and early evening showing weight loss and loss of fat mass compared to others that ate throughout the day.
Supplementing with the probiotic strain Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus HN001 while intermittent fasting could improve mental health in prediabetes patients, according to a new pilot study which looked to find a link between the strain and weight loss.