There’s now scientific evidence to suggest there are real health benefits to fasting — and they’re not just related to weight loss

Intermittent fasting is growing in popularity. Intermittent fasting is growing in popularity. Researchers conducted a study that examined the impact of the 5:2 on the body’s ability to metabolise fat compared to a daily calorie restriction diet. Those on the 5:2 cleared fat more efficiently and saw a reduction in systolic blood pressure. However, the study was small, and further investigation is needed. Intermittent fasting was one of the most talked about diet trends in 2017 – and now new

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