A Controlled Trial Of Reduced Meal Frequency Without Caloric Restriction In Healthy, Normal-weight, Middle-aged Adults
Notes for this study:
||Red blood cell count was about 0.2x10^2^/L lower when participants were eating one meal a day.
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In this crossover trial, 21 men and women between the ages of 40 and 50 completed a standard diet and an isocaloric one-meal-a-day diet (with the meal being consumed between 4 and 8 p.m.) in random order. Each diet was eight weeks long and had no caloric deficit, and the diets were separated by an 11-week washout period.