High-fat, low carb ketogenic-style diets promote rapid weight loss, and may help prevent and manage disease, but a new study of mice found that a keto diet can also trigger type-2 diabetes.
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.
The Paleo diet is the most popular diet around today because it causes effortless weight loss and prevents disease, say obesity experts.