“Intermittent fasting should only be done under medical supervision”

Cristina GarridoCristina Garrido



He intermittent fasting, which consists of alternating periods of ingestion with periods of fasting in a more or less structured way, is fashionable. Benefits are attributed to this practice, such as helping to delay the aging, reduces inflammation, improves the lipid profile or loses weight, although there is still more scientific evidence to support these supposed advantages and that anyone can practice it on their own. It is the opinion of Salvador Macip, researcher at the FoodLab of the Health Sciences Studies of the Open University of Catalonia (UOC), who, together with Marta Massip, is going to launch a study on the impact of intermittent fasting on aging in women who have overcome the

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