The research involved 37,545 participants. Sarah Berry, a team member, emphasized the practical, everyday potential of intermittent fasting for health enhancement.
Simple Approach, Significant Results:
Consistent adherence to intermittent fasting yielded the most profound results. Inconsistency was linked to diminished energy levels, mood, and increased hunger.
Participants with longer eating windows before starting intermittent fasting experienced superior outcomes.
Among highly engaged participants, 51% reported modest weight reduction over 2 to 16 weeks.
Supports existing evidence emphasizing the significance of when we eat, not just what we eat. Eating window identified as a pivotal dietary behavior with potential for overall health improvement.