|The purpose of this study is to find out what eating meals in a short time period early in the day, versus eating meals spread out during the day ("grazing"), does to the body's ability to control blood sugar and to the health of its blood vessels.|
|About the Study|
This study will test the conventional wisdom that people should graze all day long. It will also test whether meal timing affects health.
Recent evidence suggests that grazing all day long may not in fact be beneficial to health. Instead, a few studies suggest that
This study will explore the combination of these two approaches, which is known as time-restricted feeding. Participants in this study will eat their food according to two schedules: (1) mostly in a short time period in the morning ("condensing eating"), and (2) spread out over the course of the day ("spread out eating" or grazing), and we will see which eating schedule best improves health.
Number of visits:
During the eating parts of the study, you will eat according to the following schedules:
|Earn up to $1800 for participation.|
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