Christina & Marissa sit down with Dr. Grant Tinsley, Assistant Professor and researcher at Texas A&M University. They dive deep into intermittent fasting research, from what actually defines fast, to how short you can actually make the feeding window while still remaining effective. Dr. Tinsley also gives strategies for how to go about implementing restricted eating based on different circumstances!
([0:00]) – Intro
([5:55]) – Definitions
([15:30]) – What Has Your Research Looked Like Recently?
([22:00]) – How Does Training In the Lab Impact Your Studies?
([26:55]) – How Do Results Differ in Studies With Only Women?
([31:46]) – How Short Can We Make a Feeding Window?
([36:22]) – Practical Applications of Time Restricted Eating
([39:45]) – What Is the Difference Between Early & Late Eating Windows?
([49:49]) – What Is Your Experience With 24-48-72 Hour Fasts?
([53:30]) – How Can People Apply These Concepts Personally?
([1:00:48]) – What Actually Defines A Fast?
([1:06:09]) – What Is the Best Way To Space Protein?
([1:08:38]) – How Do I Figure Out What’s Right For Me Right Now?
([1:15:45]) – What Do Your Future Research Plans Look Like?
([1:22:15]) – What Does Grant Implement Day to Day?
([1:27:00]) – Is There Research Supporting Fasted Cardio?
([1:30:13]) – Outro/Summary
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McNulty et al 2020 – https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40279-020-01319-3
Elliott-Sale et al 2020 – https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40279-020-01317-5
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