Dr. Grant Tinsley is an Assistant Professor and the Director of the Energy Balance & Body Composition Laboratory at Texas Tech University.
The major research interests of his laboratory are the critical evaluation of body composition assessment techniques, the influence of intermittent fasting on health and physical performance, and sports nutrition strategies to improve performance and body composition. Grant has been featured on numerous podcasts – such as Iron Culture, Stronger By Science, The Health Scientist Podcast, and More – speaking on this topic, as he is one of (if not THE) leading researchers on TRE.
Today, Grant and I dive into intermittent fasting and time restricted eating to learn more about the exact benefits, how to implement it, what to expect, nutrient timing specifics, performance outcomes, and more… Follow Grant on instagram @grant_tinsley_phd
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1:35- Who is Grant Tinsley
3:40 – When you entered into research, were you for or against intermittent fasting?
7:50 – Time restricted eating
13:45 – Work that Danny Lennon is doing and Grant Tinsley is doing with restrictive eating shows is that it’s not always “just about calories”
15:40 – Why you shouldn’t eat after 8pm.
19:05 – Differences in a caloric expenditure
22:55 – Grants research background
24:30 – Big picture study results
32:00 – Inspecting blood work during study and Improving markers
35:40 – Timing of training? Cause differences? Does timing in training cause differences in results?
41:45 – Do results change with genders?
46:25 – What were the populations like in the studies
51:20 – Legion study
1:00:33 – Where you can find Grant and all of his content
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