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What Is Time-Restricted Eating? TRE refers to when eating is limited to a certain number of hours each day.

 

 

An example of TRE is if you choose to eat all your food for the day in an hour period such as from 7 am to 3 pm.

The remaining 16 hours are fasting a fasting period, during which no calories are consumed.

Many people eat from the time they wake up to the time they go to bed.

Switching from this style of eating to time-restricted eating may cause you to eat less.

There is some research that has sown that TRE can reduce the number of calories you eat in your day.

However, if you choose to eat high-calorie foods during your eating period you may end up eating a normal day’s worth of food.

Other benefits of TRE beside weight loss include;

Lower blood pressure and levels of inflammation.

Better management of blood sugar levels and reduced risk of diabetes and cancer.

Other benefits also include better heart health and protection of the nervous system.

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A Guide to Time-Restricted Eating-2