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Intermittent Fasting in Cancer

Posted by Tanya Wells on 31 January 2019

Intermittent fasting is the new buzz word in oncology care but which type is best? How do you do it? When? For how long? And what are the benefits? OK, let's start with a few definitions to set the scene... Caloric restriction (CR) is the daily reduction of dietary energy intake by approximately 30% without fasting periods. Intermittent fasting (IF) encompasses eating patterns in which individuals have extended time periods (e.g., 13-48h) with little or no energy intake,...

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The Facts About Fats and Heart Health

Posted by Dr Shala Rasouli on 13 February 2019

For a long time a low fat diet has been proposed as a key to losing weight, managing cholesterol and preventing...
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