Intermittent fasting is an eating pattern, which cycles alternating between eating and fasting wherein the food intake is usually within an eight hour window period each day.
Weight Loss: The high-fat, low-carb keto diet and restricted eating-based intermittent fasting diet turned out be quite a rage among people trying to lose weight.
Intermittent fasting benefits us in many ways. However, it's important to know that not everyone should jump on the fasting bandwagon.
Several studies have observed the positive effects of intermittent fasting on weight loss and insulin requirements in individuals with diabetes. Read on to know more.
In this article we will take you through some sustainable ways to embrace Intermittent Fasting regime, while skipping breakfast. Read on.
According to the study, the restricted eating-based intermittent fasting diet not just helps with weight loss but may also help you live longer. Yes, if the findings of this study are to be believed, intermittent ...
A recent study claims that Intermittent fasting could increase the lifespan of people undergoing cardiac catheterisation. Cardiac catheterisation is a process used for diagnosis and treatment of some cardiovascular issues.
Since 2016, there have been some good clinical studies including random control trials, and meta-analysis in human subjects on Intermittent Fasting.
A team of Australian researchers have claimed that Intermittent fasting can support liver health besides aiding weight loss and may also protect us against various diseases.
This system of alternate days of fasting and feasting is called alternate-day fasting (ADF)