Intermittent fasting may not be as safe as once believed


Intermittent fasting, described as fasting for greater than 8 hours at a time, is a dietary trend that continues to grow in popularity. While it is purported to positively affect one’s long- and short-term health, and many use this behavior to control or lose weight, few have examined its potential harms. A new study published in the Eating Behaviors aimed to fill this research gap.

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