Finally someone stepped up and have done a really good research on Intermittent Fasting!
You can read about it here:
Kostevski’s literature review of intermittent fasting and its potential health effects in human and animals, gives a complete picture of the research up to 2012, when he presented these findings for the first time.
Here is what Martin had to say about it, i am very glad about the comment he made:
“I don’t know about you, but I can’t stand the low-rent fitness schlock that keeps clogging up the Internet. What you get is a cheeky headline and a re-hash of yesterday’s news, optimized for page views, retweets and an indiscriminate Facebook crowd.
Remember when people actually wrote articles and shared their real thoughts, their own ideas and their actual experiences? That time is long gone. Personally, I don’t think anyone should be wasting their time in the fitnessphere. You will not find ‘7 Surprising Secrets to Fat Burning’ or ‘Top 13 Back Exercises’ in this oozing pit of attention starved bullshittery, so please stop looking, unless you want to be dragged down with the rest of them.
Suffice to say, I’m not really keen on the writing scene around here – but every now and then, I come across something that might be worth your while. Not through the usual channels. Not even on a related subject. But you might be surprised about how much they relate to you when I’m through.
I thought I’d share the pleasure with you today. Here’s three a good read that I hope you enjoy, fellas.
P.S. I had to cut it down from three reads to one read, guys. First of all, I think the article in focus today, deserves to have its own post. Second, I had to finish this post in the narrow window of opportunity between recovery from stomach pain (the bad kind), and the unexpected trip to a dying relative…So maybe I’ll see you another day with the rest of those reads, eh?”