A new study conducted by the researchers from the Yale School of Medicine has found that the positive health benefits of the keto diet can be experienced for a limited period of time, while the negative effects can be seen after following the diet for about a week, which could increase obesity and diabetes risk.
Intermittent fasting, or 16:8 diet plan, is trending across the world for good reasons. The intermittent fasting diet plan involves fasting for 16 hours and eating in the remaining 8 hours of the day. Celebrities, like Chris Pratt, Jennifer Aniston, Kortney Kardashian, and more, have found success following intermittent fasting.
A study conducted by New Zeeland researchers has suggested that intermittent fasting could help diabetics to lose weight and keep their HbA1c levels under control. However, three endocrinologists from the United States said otherwise and explained there are much better ways after reviewing the study findings.
Any Robach, ABC News Presenter and the co-anchor of 20/20, said that she follows the keto diet and intermittent fasting to fuel her busy days. The fitness enthusiast starts her day with water and a protein-packed breakfast with a cup of berries. Her lunch and dinner include quality protein, veggies, and healthy fat.
Delish, a website that offers information about food recipes, has listed more than 50 easy keto recipes that you can start including in your diet and keep a check on your weight. From keto meatballs to keto taco casserole to keto meatloaf, you will find a lot of keto recipes on its website.
The 16:8 intermittent fasting diet plan is now trending because of its potential health benefits, such as weight loss, fat loss, and diseases prevention. People who follow 16:8 intermittent fasting fast for 16 hours and then eat their calories in the remaining 8 hours.
The NHS Digital data for England has found that hospital admissions for an eating disorder (anorexia) have increased sharply over a couple of years, creating a cause of concern among experts. Anorexia is a prolonged disorder of eating characterized by the loss of appetite.