A new study suggests that intermittent fasting offers health benefits, but it's not for everybody. Photo: Shutterstock A new study suggests that intermittent fasting offers health benefits, but it's not for everybody. Photo: Shutterstock
A new study suggests that intermittent fasting offers health benefits, but it's not for everybody. Photo: Shutterstock

A diet for the new year? Intermittent fasting might be better for you than calorie counting, research shows

  • Multiple studies suggest intermittent fasting can increase resistance to stress and improve blood sugar regulation
  • It’s not for everyone, though, and may not be a good diet for diabetic patients on medications and/or insulin

Topic |   Wellness
A new study suggests that intermittent fasting offers health benefits, but it's not for everybody. Photo: Shutterstock A new study suggests that intermittent fasting offers health benefits, but it's not for everybody. Photo: Shutterstock
A new study suggests that intermittent fasting offers health benefits, but it's not for everybody. Photo: Shutterstock
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