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Johns Hopkins MedicineIntermittent Fasting: What is It, and How Does It Work?

The extra calories and lower physical activity of modern culture are yielding higher rates of obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and other illnesses. Evidence is mounting that intermittent fasting may help reverse these trends. This neuroscientist brings 25 of studying intermittent fasting to explain why and how it works, and what your patients’ options are.

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