Intermittent fasting can help to reduce hypertension by reshaping the gut's microbiome.
Researchers report a molecular pathway that activates during fasting could help halt the spread of intestinal bacteria into the bloodstream.
Researchers report fasting affects the circadian rhythm of the liver and skeletal muscles, allowing them to rewire their metabolism. The study suggests fasting can help improve health and protect against aging related diseases.
Mouse study reveals intermittent fasting improves long-term memory retention and promotes hippocampal neurogenesis. The findings could help to slow cognitive decline in older adults.
Daily time-restricted feeding and limiting yourself to one moderate-sized meal two days a week may have significant benefits for both cognitive and overall health. A new study links intermittent fasting to a longer, healthier life.
Advocates of dopamine fasting claim it can help curb addictive behaviors and make daily life more pleasurable. Researchers explore the potential benefits of this new Silicon Valley trend.
A new study links daily eating to mortality risk. Those over 40 who eat one meal a day have a higher mortality risk. Those who skip breakfast are at an increased risk of cardiovascular disease-associated death, and those who eat meals less than 4.5 hours apart have increased mortality risks.