Eating Late at Night Could Be More Dangerous Than You Think | Big Think

Eating Late at Night Could Be More Dangerous Than You Think

Fasting has been a hot topic recently, with intermittent fasting in particular (having an 8-hour eating period and a 16-hour fasting period each day), gaining a lot of popularity. Studies have shown that fasting can have positive effects on weight loss, immune cell regeneration, cancer prevention, insulin sensitivity, and lifespan.

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