Jennifer Aniston looks as fit at 50 as she did during her “Friends” television days. She says her latest health and fitness regime includes an extreme diet that health experts have both praised and critcized.
Toni Garrn, the arresting German model, says a big part of her diet is intermittent fasting as a way to detox and stay healthy, and surprisingly new research shows that fasting does have beneficial health and diet effects.
Fasting intermittently has real scientific benefits, according to a new study. It suggests the practice not only could help lose weight, but also increase endurance and heart health. Only one catch; the study focuses only on mice. The study, conducted by the federal National Institutes of Health, focused on mice. Those that fasted regularly burned fat instead of sugar during exercise. Fats provide more energy and helped increase endurance.