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Time Restricted Feeding in Male Runners

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Time Restricted Feeding in Male Runners

This is a cross-over intervention study designed to evaluate how four weeks of time restricted feeding (16 hours fasting and 8 hours feeding), compared to four weeks of a more traditional eating pattern (12 hours fasting and 12 hours feeding), affects resting energy expenditure, subjective and biochemical markers of satiety and hunger, body composition, cardiovascular health, substrate utilization and fitness in male competitive runners.

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Behavioral - Time Restrictive Feeding

Volunteers will adhere to a form of time restrictive feeding, 16 hours fasting and 8 hours eating per day.

Behavioral - Traditional Eating Pattern

Volunteers will adhere to a more traditional eating pattern, 12 hours fasted and 12 hours eating per day.

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The Effects of Four Weeks of Intermittent Fasting on Resting Energy Expenditure, Satiety Hormones, Body Composition, and Performance in Competitive Runners

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NCT03569852

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