Limiting food consumption to a ten-hour window each day can lead to weight loss, lower blood pressure and more stable insulin levels. This is according to a pilot study from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, which found that time-restricted eating – a form of intermittent fasting – improved the health of participants who had been diagnosed with metabolic syndrome.
Lightbulb Moment: Intermittent Fasting is not as flashy as Paleo or Keto, but it is far safer, more sustainable, and produces longer-term weight loss that sticks. It also doesn’t vilify any food or food groups.
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