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«One promising method we have encountered in our research is time-restricted eating (TRE), also known as intermittent fasting.»
Intermittent fasting offers the tantalising promise that changing mealtimes, and not the meals, can be good for you. But what are the dos and don’ts of eating less frequently?
Mouse study reveals intermittent fasting improves long-term memory retention and promotes hippocampal neurogenesis. The findings could help to slow cognitive decline in older adults.
Proponents of intermittent fasting say the clock can help you win the battle of the bulge. But the science behind it is a little more complicated.
There is good evidence that intermittent fasting can be as effective for weight loss as simply eating less. But many people find it too hard to get through the fasting interval. New research suggests that eating only during a limited part of the day is more manageable and provides significant metabolic benefits.
This intermittent fasting guide shows you how to lose weight, improve your brain health and live a long and healthy life.
If you’re looking on how to optimize your health, intermittent fasting is definitely the way to go. Read more here.
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