I saw this article in the Wall Street Journal today! The evidence continues to pour in that intermittent fasting aka timed eating is incredibly healthy and fights a whole host of various diseases and ailments.
But fasting shouldn’t be dismissed as just another fad. At the Charité University Hospital in Berlin, I’ve employed what’s called intermittent fasting, or time-restricted eating, to help patients with an array of chronic conditions. These include diabetes, high blood pressure, rheumatism and bowel diseases, as well as pain syndromes such as migraines and osteoarthritis. – Andreas Michalsen