Eating within 10-hour window and fasting for remaining 14 hours may improve hunger, sleep
Those who were consistent with their eating window had greater benefits than those who varied their eating window day to day. Read further on Dynamite News:
London: According to recent findings from a UK community research study, eating within a 10-hour window is related to increased energy and improved mood as well as decreased appetite.
With a 10-hour window, you limit your daily eating schedule to 10 hours and fast for the remaining 14 hours. For example, if you consume your first mouthful at 9 am, you must finish by 7 pm.
This 10-hour window leads to fasting for 14 hours which may definitely improve hunger, mood, sleep
Those who were consistent with their eating window had greater benefits than those who varied their eating window day to day.
Despite the fact that certain intermittent fasting advocates frequently promote restrictive eating windows as short as six hours, data presented in the abstract suggest that eating within a less restrictive window of ten hours has beneficial health effects such as changes in mood, energy, and appetite.
Dr Sarah Berry from King's College London and chief scientist at ZOE said, "This is the largest study outside of a tightly controlled clinic to show that intermittent fasting can improve your health in a real-world setting. What's really exciting is that the findings show that you don't have to be very restrictive to see positive results. A ten-hour eating window, which was manageable for most people, improved mood, energy levels and hunger...." (with ANI inputs)