Susan Lambert, entrepreneur and Chief Marketing Officer, single mom, and triathlete sits down with us to answer some questions. We’d like to note that she just completed the Alaska Ironman Triathalon last month! Way to go, Susan!
A new study published this month in JAMA Internal Medicine found that individuals who practiced time-restricted eating (TRE) but consumed all their calories earlier in the day lost more weight than those who also practiced TRE but ate later into the day.
Science indicates that shifting carbohydrate calories to protein can lead to a feeling of fullness. The end result may be the consumption of fewer calories and ultimately weight loss.