Intermittent Fasting Our bodies need food to restore and replenish themselves. But paradoxically, intermittent fasting can actually help your cells revitalize and rejuvenate. Occasionally depriving your cells of food—say, for twelve to sixteen hours at a time one day a week—can support better function of the mitochondria, the powerhouse that generates energy for the cells. … Read moreImprove Your Energy and Lose Weight by Doing THIS Once Per Week!
Mark Mattson, the National Institute on Aging’s chief of neurosciences, has dedicated much of his 20-year career to examining how diet affects brain cells. And based on what he’s seen, he’s jumped on the fasting bandwagon himself. Most recently, Mattson and his colleagues studied the salubrious effects of intermittent fasting, practiced either every other day … Read moreStruggle with belly fat? This ancient diet forces your body to burn fat while you sleep