Meal timing has proven to be irrevelvant. Just get your cals and macros in for the day. I personally have my two biggest meals pre and post workout no matter when I train. I just feel better that way. Breakdast is also pretty large.
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If meal timing is irrelevant then why such a scientific focus on intermittent fasting? Just playing devils advocate
It's not totally irrelevant.
I don't have scientific proof, but I tried all the eat 6 meals a day, never go more than three hours without eating or you'll lose muscle. I finally gave all that up and just concentrate on my macro nutrient ratios and calories in verse calories out. I have had as good if not better success than when I obsessed about eating at specific times. As a plus, it sure makes life easier.
I will say though, that I prefer and have had my best success with morning fasted cardio.
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