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Alternate Day Fasting & Classic Dieting: Same >5% Weight Loss in 57 vs. 67 Days W/ Unwittingly Increased Deficits

From Suppversity “When Weight Loss is Standardized (to 5%), Overweight / Obese Women are Neither Hungrier Nor More Satiated When Eatin’ in an Alternate Day vs. Chronic Energy Deficit. Implications?” ⬅ that’s the title of a #SuppVersityFacebook and Instagram post I was just about to publish yesterday to then decide: ‘Hey, you’ve spent a lot of time to summarize the …
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Intermittent Fasting in Trained Women Adds Same Amount of Muscle, Strips Extra Body Fat (4-6%) | No Effect of HMB

From Suppversity While it has long been discussed if serious gainz are even possible on time-restricted feeding regimen, such as classic ‘intermittent fasting’, SuppVersity readers have known for years that “New ‘Lean Gains’ Study Confirms: IF Gets Athletes Lean & Improves Insulin Sensitivity W/Out Impairing Their Gains” (➡article discussing Moro 2016) – that’s in men, though, and that, in turn, …
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Dawn-to-sunset fasting suggests potential new treatment for obesity-related conditions

Study of 30-day Ramadan fast shows promising implications for timing and duration between meals From Science Daily Fasting from dawn to sunset for 30 days increased levels of proteins that play a crucial role in improving insulin resistance and protecting against the risks from a high-fat, high-sugar diet, according to research presented at Digestive Disease …