Time-restricted Feeding In Young Men Performing Resistance Training: A randomized Controlled Trial

Effect Decrease
Values On the days they engaged in time-restricted eating, the participants in the 20:4 group ate about 667 kcal less energy, 30 g less protein, 75 g less carbohydrates, and 25 g less fat. There were no differences between groups on non-fasting days.
Trial Design Randomized trial
Trial Length n/a
Number of Subjects 28
Sex Male
Age Range 18-29
Body Types Untrained
Notes for this study:
In this randomized controlled trial, participants were assigned to an 8-week resistance training program with three nonconsecutive training days per week, plus one of two diets: a normal diet or a 20:4 protocol which was employed on the four non-training days each week. At the beginning and end of the study body composition, hip sled and bench press one-rep max, and subjective measurements were recorded. Additionally, dietary patterns were measured for four days during the first, fifth, and eight weeks of the study.