Pilot study says, intermittent fasting improves blood sugar control

The Department of Nutrition and Sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) conducted a pilot study to determine whether the benefits of intermittent fasting improves blood sugar control, blood pressure and oxidative stress, even when people don’t change what they eat. The study is the first to test a form of intermittent fasting called early time-restricted feeding (eTRF) in humans. To read further findings of this study, click on attached link. Read article here…

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