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Intermittent fasting ≠ Starving yourself
EATING DISORDER HELPLINES: http://bit.ly/2Ab6rHO
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An intermittent fasting diet is one of the hippest new nutrition and fitness philosophies, based around the idea that going hungry can be good for your health. Some think it’s a weight loss secret that calls upon our ancient evolutionary programming. We look at the science behind intermittent fasting.

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Are There Any Proven Benefits to Fasting? (Johns Hopkins Health Review) http://www.johnshopkinshealthreview.com/issues/spring-summer-2016/articles/are-there-any-proven-benefits-to-fasting

Chaix, Amandine, et al. "Time-restricted feeding is a preventative and therapeutic intervention against diverse nutritional challenges." Cell metabolism 20.6 (2014): 991-1005.

Mattson, Mark P. "Lifelong brain health is a lifelong challenge: from evolutionary principles to empirical evidence." Ageing research reviews 20 (2015): 37-45.

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