18 min

Fasting for 16 vs. 12 Hours Daily: Similar Muscle and Strength Gains but Better Metabolic Profiles High Intensity Health with Mike Mutzel, MS

    • Nutrition

A new study finds longer daily fasts were demonstrated to produce more favorable improvements in biomarkers that are associated with metabolic and cardiovascular health as well as inflammation.
Let's break it down...

Support your fasting lifestyle with Berberine HCl & Alpha Lipoic Acid by by MYOXCIENCE Nutrition: https://bit.ly/berberine-biotin-ala-stack
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Links to notes: https://bit.ly/30WjpeE
REF:
Moro, T., Tinsley, G., Pacelli, et al. (2021). Twelve Months of Time-restricted Eating and Resistance Training Improves Inflammatory Markers and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 53(12), 2577–2585.

Time Stamps
0:00 Intro
0:18 New Study
0:08 Testing 16 Hour VS 12 Hour Feeding Windows
0:27 Markers of Inflammation decreased
1:17 Only four hour difference in feeding window
2:22 Study Title:
3:43 Testing your metabolic health
4:42 Berberine & metabolic health
5:50 Feeding Window comparisons
6:43 How Calories were distributed
7:36 Whey protein post workout
7:50 TRF group ate less calories by accident
8:33 Strength and muscle loss between two groups
11:08 Testosterone did decrease
11:53 Insulin, Leptin and Adiponectin
12:44 HDL, Triglycerides and glucose
13:52 Chronic Inflammation
15:11 Trade offs to consider

A new study finds longer daily fasts were demonstrated to produce more favorable improvements in biomarkers that are associated with metabolic and cardiovascular health as well as inflammation.
Let's break it down...

Support your fasting lifestyle with Berberine HCl & Alpha Lipoic Acid by by MYOXCIENCE Nutrition: https://bit.ly/berberine-biotin-ala-stack
Use code Podcast to save
Save 40% off this at-home A1C test by Biocoach: http://bit.ly/BOGO-A1C-test
Use code HIH10
Links to notes: https://bit.ly/30WjpeE
REF:
Moro, T., Tinsley, G., Pacelli, et al. (2021). Twelve Months of Time-restricted Eating and Resistance Training Improves Inflammatory Markers and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 53(12), 2577–2585.

Time Stamps
0:00 Intro
0:18 New Study
0:08 Testing 16 Hour VS 12 Hour Feeding Windows
0:27 Markers of Inflammation decreased
1:17 Only four hour difference in feeding window
2:22 Study Title:
3:43 Testing your metabolic health
4:42 Berberine & metabolic health
5:50 Feeding Window comparisons
6:43 How Calories were distributed
7:36 Whey protein post workout
7:50 TRF group ate less calories by accident
8:33 Strength and muscle loss between two groups
11:08 Testosterone did decrease
11:53 Insulin, Leptin and Adiponectin
12:44 HDL, Triglycerides and glucose
13:52 Chronic Inflammation
15:11 Trade offs to consider

18 min