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Intermittent Fasting A Trendy New Way To Diet, But Researchers Say More Studies Need To Be Done – CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Losing weight is always a top New Year’s resolution. This year, a lot of people are talking about and trying intermittent fasting as an option to lose weight. Becca Fischer decided to give it a try after her boyfriend committed to fasting at the start of the new year. “For the last… Read More »

What is dry fasting?

Intermittent fasting diets may add years to your life: study A new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University finds diets that involve intermittent fasting may add years to your life. Studies have linked fasting to improved metabolism, decreased blood pressure and improved control of blood sugar levels. Dear Dr. Manny, I keep hearing about… Read More »

‘Intermittent Fasting’ Diet Could Boost Your Health – WebMD

Kittrell said her lab evaluates different diets by looking at the evolutionary, historical and biological basis for them, and intermittent fasting passes all three tests. “There’s an evolutionary basis in the sense that hunter-gatherers essentially followed an intermittent fasting diet because food was scarce. They wouldn’t necessarily know the next time they’d eat,” she said.… Read More »

What to know about intermittent fasting, Google’s most-searched diet of 2019 – ABC News

Intermittent fasting — eating only during a certain period of time — has become a buzzy wellness trend, pushing it into the top spot as the most searched diet of 2019, according to Google. The idea of fasting is, of course, thousands of years old but intermittent fasting, or IF, has captured the zeitgeist thanks… Read More »

All or nothing: The people who are intermittent fasting their way to weight-loss

The ‘caveman diet’ which involves going for long periods of time without eating and then consuming as many calories as needed, appears to be hugely beneficial for both weight-loss and overall good health. Researchers at the University of Graz in Austria monitored participants who ate no food for 36 hours and then consumed whatever they… Read More »