Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Researchers have been trying to answer that question for years, particularly as it relates to achieving a healthy weight. Read on to learn what the latest randomized clinical trials are telling us, and whether intermittent fasting is really an effective weight loss strategy.
You can’t answer this question with a yes or no. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach, and intermittent fasting could be a good idea or it could be a terrible idea, depending on your circumstances.
I’m a big fan of intermittent fasting for health. But in some cases, it may not be a good idea.
In the debate on grass-fed vs. conventional meat, there’s a lot more to consider than it might initially appear.
Studies show that so-called normal blood sugars actually increase the risk of future diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and other serious conditions.
Intermittent fasting can boost the immune system and help with weight loss. But it’s not for everyone.