Intermittent fasting is growing in popularity—and it’s easy to see why. New studies suggest that limiting your eating window to six-to-eight hours each day can increase longevity and support weight loss. Recent data also shows that intermittent fasting can provide additional benefits such as increasing stress resistance and decreasing the risks for diseases like cancer and obesity.
For Vault providers, intermittent fasting checks a lot of boxes when it comes to recommended diets for patients: it’s easy to understand, less restrictive than other popular diets, and can be extremely effective in optimizing health.
But not everybody has an easy time incorporating intermittent fasting into their routine. Whether you’re concerned about how to make it work with your social obligations, medications, or lifestyle, here’s how to make intermittent fasting work for you:
Excerpted from Vault