Diabetes: Time-restricted eating shown to have major benefits for blood sugar control


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Six brief studies in obese adult humans have also produced evidence of weight loss through intermittent fasting.

Human studies on intermittent fasting, published in Science Direct, have observed blood sugar reductions of three to six percent over the course of eight to 12 weeks in people with pre-diabetes.

Science Direct explains: “Several dietary interventions show a profit for the use of intermittent fasting as an alternative to calorie restriction for weight loss and type 2 diabetes risk reduction in the overweight population.”

In intermittent fasting, blood sugar reductions are partly due to decreased insulin resistance.



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