Hyperglycemia in patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus is initially treated with metformin coupled with intentional caloric restriction, which is difficult to sustain due to multiple barriers, including acquiring the necessary knowledge, teaching the intervention, cost of delivery and potential burden on quality of life. In contrast to intentionally restricting calories, time restricted eating (TRE), presents a simplified view of eating focused on restricting the eating window, which allows ad libitum intake per a person's dietary preferences during a daily fixed eating window. This study proposes a 24 week feasibility study to test if TRE is a viable alternative to Caloric Restriction in improving glycemic measures while accounting for weight loss in overweight/obese patients [BMI:25-35 kg/m2] with metformin-only treated Type 2 diabetes.
|Treatment||Time Restricted Eating, Caloric reduction|
|Clinical Study Identifier||NCT05290246|
|Sponsor||University of Minnesota|
|Last Modified on||9 July 2022|
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