People who engage in intermittent fasting say they feel better all around. They point to our history as foragers who ate what they found and what was in season. The miracle of our agriculture is that practically everything is in season all year long. But is that healthy?
So why is the wellness world so hung up on intermittent fasting? Such was the question on The Coveteur’s mind when they reached out to Keri Glassman, RD, MS, CDN, and founder of Nutrition Life. The verdict? It’s “not as crazy as it sounds,” as it’s “more about when you eat” rather than not eating at all. New research has found that it can be an effective tool for healthy weight management and can improve cardiovascular health and boost energy levels.