The Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Blood Insulin Levels and Insulin Sensitivity: A Literature Review
Obesity has become a major concern for healthcare professionals and the general public in the United States over the past few decades. Other nations have recently begun to experience an increase in obesity rates as well. Diabetes also affects many Americans to an alarming degree. Though practitioners and organizations have presented various treatments for those experiencing these metabolic diseases, including medications, restriction diets, calorie counting, and exercise, people still become morbidly overweight and develop Type 2 Diabetes. A new diet-based approach, generally termed intermittent ...
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