Time-restrictive eating no more effective than daily calorie restriction in NAFLD

Compared with daily calorie restriction, time-restricted eating did not achieve additional benefits for reducing intrahepatic triglyceride content or body fat among patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and obesity.“Dietary calorie restriction (DCR) has been proven to be effective in reducing weight and intrahepatic lipid levels among patients with NAFLD. Nevertheless, long-term adherence to lifestyle modification is difficult. Time-restricted eating (TRE) is one of the most popular intermittent fasting regimens,” Xueyun Wei, MD, of the department of endocrinology andRead More

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