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Is intermittent fasting a scientifically-based dietary method ?

@inproceedings{Caramoci2016IsIF,
  title={Is intermittent fasting a scientifically-based dietary method ?},
  author={Adela Caramoci and B. Mitoiu and M. Pop and Virgil Mazilu and M. Vasilescu and Anca Mirela and Ionescu and Rosulescu Eugenia},
  year={2016}
}
  • Adela Caramoci, B. Mitoiu, +5 authors Rosulescu Eugenia
  • Published 2016
  • Overfeeding seriously affects human mortality and morbidity and therefore weight loss represents an important tool to improve health and enhance the quality of life. Caloric restriction could ameliorate the health status in both obese and normal weight individuals and is one of the few methods known to prolong life span. The principle of daily caloric restriction is difficult to implement in practice. Intermittent fasting has been intended as a solution that takes advantage of the caloric… CONTINUE READING
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