Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Health

Intermittent Fasting can increase stress resistance, longevity, and decrease incidence of diseases, including cancer and obesity. (Source)

There is increasing experimental evidence for beneficial effects of calorie restriction and intermittent fasting in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).(Source)

When fasting, our cells initiate cellular repair processes. Those processes are called „Autophagy“ and can increase life span. (Source)

A Periodic Diet that Mimics Fasting Promotes Multi-System Regeneration, Enhanced Cognitive Performance, and Healthspan. (Source)

Prolonged Fasting can improve relevant cardiovascular and general risk factors, as well as subjective health complaints. (Source)

Low-energy diets and fasting have suppressive effects on rheumatoid arthritis. (Source)

Intermittent Fasting during chemotherapy is well tolerated and appears to improve quality of life and fatigue during chemotherapy. (Source)

Intermittent Fasting can enhance healthy aging. (Source)

Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Fitness

The human growth hormone (HGH) level can rise and increases up to 5 times in men. This has benefits for fat loss and muscle building. (Source)

Serum Growth Hormon concentrations are increased in fasted or malnourished human subjects. That can lead to improved muscle building. (Source)

Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Body Weight

Intermittent Fasting can help keeping the body weight. (Source)

Intermittent fasting or alternate day fasting may be an option for achieving weight loss and maintenance. (Source)

The data so far suggests that intermittent fasting can have positive effects on health and weight loss, with no negative side effects. (Source)

Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Mental Health

Intermittent Fasting can enhance cognitive performance. (Source)

Prolonged fasting as a method of mood enhancement in chronic pain syndromes: a review of clinical evidence and mechanisms. (Source)

Fasting can lead to enhancement of emotional and physical well-being. (Source)