• A New Study Shows Intermittent Fasting Doesn't Actually Do What We Thought It Did

    10 days ago - By New Beauty

    Intermittent fasting has become a very popular method of “dieting” over the last several years. The concept? Don't focus on what you eat, but rather when you eat. Common practice includes a strict 16-hour fasting period between meals, so if you ate dinner at 7:00 p.m., you wouldn't eat again until 11:00 a.m. the following day. For some, this cycle fits naturally into their existing routine; for others, it's nearly impossible.
    Though many experts have touted intermittent fasting as a successful weight-loss tactic , a randomized clinical trial conducted by researchers at the University of...
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