Time Restricted Eating
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Time Restricted Eating
Time-restricted eating is a type of diet that focuses on the timing of eating.
Instead of limiting the types of food or number of calories that people consume, this diet restricts the amount of time they can spend eating. A person on a time-restricted eating diet will only eat during specific hours of the day. Proponents of intermittent fasting and time-restricted feeding claim these diets help with weight loss, and provide other health benefits such as reduced risk of certain diseases, longevity and a sharper mind.

How to do it

Time restricted eating involves getting most or all of your calories within a more-compressed-than-usual time window, say six to 12 hours (the fewer hours the better) rather than noshing for most of the time you’re awake. (But by all means, drink calorie-free liquids to stay hydrated during ‘fasting’ hours.) TRE also stresses eating your last meal as early as you can practically manage — for example, breakfast at 11 a.m., possible snack at 3 p.m., if necessary, and dinner at 7 p.m. would give you an eating window of eight hours — a TRE starter course!

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