Intermittent fasting cures type 2 diabetes
Fasting is even helpful with multiple sclerosis
Professor Longo's study was published in the specialist journal on February 23, 2017 Cell published and is the last of a series of studies that looked at the health benefits of fasting, especially intermittent fasting. In the journal Science Translational Medicine the other studies appeared - also in February 2017.
These showed that therapeutic fasting could not only be highly recommended for diabetes, but also for the cardiovascular system, is also an excellent anti-aging measure and prevents cancer and is even worth trying for autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis is.
How well fasting can also keep the brain fit and healthy can be read here: Fasting for the Brain
You can read here how intermittent fasting works: Intermittent fasting - the healthy eating rhythm
You can find out how to make a Lenten soup yourself here.
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- Cheng et al. Fasting-mimicking diet promotes Ngn3-driven & ampbeta; -cell regeneration to reverse diabetes.Cell, 2017, (A fasting-mimicking diet promotes Ngn3-induced beta cell regeneration to reverse diabetes)
- University of Southern California, Fasting-mimicking diet may reverse diabetes: Periodic cycles of fasting reprogram pancreatic cells and restore insulin production, ScienceDaily, February 23, 2017, (A fasting-mimicking diet appears to cure diabetes: Periodic fasting cycles reprogram pancreatic cells and restore insulin production)
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