Data from a 14-week randomized clinical trial suggests adherence to a time-restricted diet was associated with significant differences in weight loss and improvements in blood pressure compared to a typical diet.
A randomized crossover trial assessing the effects of a 3-week time-restricted eating regimen details the impact of the approach on time in range and other glycemic measures among adults with type 2 diabetes.
An analysis of data from NHANES details trends in lifestyle behaviors, including healthy eating and physical activity, among patients who have undergone bariatric surgery compared to those considered eligible for surgery and those of normal weight.
Data from a study presented at the European Congress on Obesity details the effects of adherence to a vegan diet on cardiometabolic health using data obtained from randomized controlled trials assessing the effects of vegan diets as an intervention.
Data from a randomized clinical trial in 139 patients followed for 12 months suggests time-restricted eating was associated with a non-significant 1.9 kg difference in weight loss compared to calorie restriction.
A recent study published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology suggests patients with chronic kidney disease have little access to reliable information related to nutrition for patients with chronic kidney disease.