Impact Of Reduced Meal Frequency Without Caloric Restriction On Glucose Regulation In Healthy, Normal-weight Middle-aged Men And Women
Notes for this study:
||One meal a day increased fasting glucose compared to standard diet.
|Number of Subjects
This is a secondary analysis of a previous study.[PMID:17413096] Patients followed a standard diet and a one-meal-a-day diet for eight weeks each, in random order, separated by an 11-week washout period. Participants performed an oral glucose tolerance test at end of each intervention.