Time-restricted Eating for the Prevention and Management of Metabolic Diseases In pilot human studies, TRE with or without explicit calorie reduction can reduce body weight, glucose intolerance, hypertension, and dyslipidemia.
Manoogian ENC, Chow LS, Taub PR, Laferrère B, Panda S. Time-restricted Eating for the Prevention and Management of Metabolic Diseases. Endocr Rev. 2022 Mar 9;43(2):405-436. doi: 10.1210/endrev/bnab027. PMID: 34550357; PMCID: PMC8905332.
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Intermittent fasting may reverse type 2 diabetes, according to study
The researchers conducted a 3-month intermittent fasting diet intervention among 36 people with diabetes and found almost 90% of participants, including those who took blood sugar-lowering agents and insulin, reduced their diabetes medication intake after intermittent fasting. Fifty-five percent of these people experienced diabetes remission, discontinued their diabetes medication and maintained it for at least one year.
Xiao Yang, Jiali Zhou, Huige Shao, Bi Huang, Xincong Kang, Ruiyu Wu, Fangzhou Bian, Minghai Hu, Dongbo Liu, Effect of an Intermittent Calorie-restricted Diet on Type 2 Diabetes Remission: A Randomized Controlled Trial, The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 2022;, dgac661, https://doi.org/10.1210/clinem/dgac661
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