McAllister, MJ, Gonzalez, AE, and Waldman, HS. Impact of time restricted feeding on markers of cardiometabolic health and oxidative stress in resistance-trained firefighters. J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000–000, 2020—Firefighters are often exposed to numerous occupational stressors that cause inflammation, oxidative stress (OS), and elevated risk for developing cardiometabolic disease. Time-restricted feeding (TRF) has been shown to result in favorable changes in markers of inflammation and cardiometabolic health. This study investigated the impact of a 6-week TRF intervention (14:10; fasting:feeding) in resistance-trained firefighters. Blood was analyzed for several markers of inflammation, OS, and cardiometabolic health: insulin, ghrelin, leptin, glucagon, adiponectin, resistin, advanced glycated end products (AGE), advanced oxidation protein products, total nitrite-nitrate levels, tumor necrosis factor-α, interleukin (IL)-6, IL-8, IL-10, as well as glucose and lipid levels. A graded exercise test was also conducted before and after the TRF intervention, and substrate oxidation rates were calculated and compared before and after the intervention. Comparisons pre and post TRF were determined with dependent t-tests. Time-restricted feeding resulted in significant reductions in advanced oxidation protein products (∼31%) and AGEs (∼25%); however, no other changes were found. These findings suggest that TRF may be a nutrition intervention aimed at improving some select markers of cardiometabolic health in firefighters, namely, by the reductions in advanced oxidation protein products and AGEs.