The part in the parenthesis in my headline is my editorial and not part of the study. This is something I’ve been doing for between 10 to 15 years. I only started working out on a regular basis in my late 30’s early 40’s (I’m too old now and don’t remember when I started) but I’ve been eating primarily one meal a day for longer than that. I’m guessing this also contributed to my ability to maintain a steady weight for so long.
Over the six-week trial, the scientists found that the muscles from the group who exercised before breakfast were more responsive to insulin compared to the group who exercised after breakfast, in spite of identical training sessions and matched food intake. The muscles from those who exercised before breakfast also showed greater increases in key proteins, specifically those involved in transporting glucose from the bloodstream to the muscles.Science Dailyhttps://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/10/191018080619.htm
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