Intermittent energy restriction improves weight loss efficiency in obese men: the MATADOR study

@inproceedings{Byrne2018IntermittentER,
  title={Intermittent energy restriction improves weight loss efficiency in obese men: the MATADOR study},
  author={Nuala M Byrne and Amanda Sainsbury and Neil A. King and Andrew Peter Hills and Rachel Elise Wood},
  booktitle={International Journal of Obesity},
  year={2018}
}
Background/Objectives:The MATADOR (Minimising Adaptive Thermogenesis And Deactivating Obesity Rebound) study examined whether intermittent energy restriction (ER) improved weight loss efficiency compared with continuous ER and, if so, whether intermittent ER attenuated compensatory responses associated with ER.Subjects/Methods:Fifty-one men with obesity were randomised to 16 weeks of either: (1) continuous (CON), or (2) intermittent (INT) ER completed as 8 × 2-week blocks of ER alternating with… CONTINUE READING
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