Time-Restricted Eating: Nature’s Weight Loss Plan

Research shows IF improves insulin resistance, decreases inflammation and blood pressure, and leads to weight loss—when practiced correctly.

Published on nutritionstudies.org on March 6, 2020.

You may have heard of, or tried, Intermittent Fasting (IF), a popular diet trend involving fasting and calorie restriction. Proponents use IF to lose weight, and to allow for longer periods of cellular repair during fasting periods.

Research shows IF improves insulin resistance, decreases inflammation and blood pressure, and leads to weight loss—when practiced correctly.

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