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Old Thu, Jan-17-19, 17:48
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I had to laugh at the way the media puts their own twist on a study to back up their own take on it like "Intermittent fasting is no better than standard diets!"
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"When you get hungry, that's your insulin going up. And when your insulin goes up and you don't eat, it stays up. And then what happens is you get less sensitive to it. And that's what Type 2 diabetes is. So regular schedule, three meals, nothing, nada, zero, in between Ė that's the best way to lose weight, have optimal health, and feel good," Dr. David Agus CBS This Morning
Don't even know where to start on that statement, other than stating: Doctors and journalists are not nutrition scientists or even dietitians. On tonight's news info-graphic it states fasting causes "Starvation mode" "brain fog" and lowers "insulin resistance."

https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/artic...edFrom=fulltext

To add insult to injury the the EATĖLancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems just came out

One steak a month? Not on you life

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