Dietary and physical activity adaptations to alternate day modified fasting: implications for optimal weight loss

@inproceedings{Klempel2010DietaryAP,
  title={Dietary and physical activity adaptations to alternate day modified fasting: implications for optimal weight loss},
  author={Monica C. Klempel and Surabhi Bhutani and Marian L. Fitzgibbon and Sally Freels and Krista A. Varady},
  booktitle={Nutrition journal},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Alternate day modified fasting (ADMF) is an effective strategy for weight loss in obese adults. OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to examine the dietary and physical activity adaptations that occur during short-term ADMF, and to determine how these modulations affect rate of weight loss. METHODS Sixteen obese subjects (12 women/4 men) completed a 10-week trial consisting of 3 phases: 1) 2-week control phase, 2) 4-week ADMF controlled feeding phase, and 3) 4-week ADMF self… CONTINUE READING
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