Top in endocrinology: Time-restricted eating; vitamin D supplementation

A recent study showed that a time-restricted eating window of 10 hours vs. 14 hours decreased glucose and improved time in range among adults with type 2 diabetes.
Study coauthor Charlotte Andriessen, MSc, a PhD student at Maastricht University in the Netherlands, said the findings support the use of a 10-hour time-restricted eating regimen as an additional treatment strategy for type 2 diabetes. It was the top story in endocrinology last week.
Another top story was about a study that showed vitamin D3 supplementation did not reduce the risk for fractures among middle-age and older adults.

A recent study showed that a time-restricted eating window of 10 hours vs. 14 hours decreased glucose and improved time in range among adults with type 2 diabetes.
Study coauthor Charlotte Andriessen, MSc, a PhD student at Maastricht University in the Netherlands, said the findings support the use of a 10-hour time-restricted eating regimen as an additional treatment strategy for type 2 diabetes. It was the top story in endocrinology last week.
Another top story was about a study that showed vitamin D3 supplementation did not reduce the risk for fractures among middle-age and older adults.