Intermittent Fasting Makes Me Smarter Than You!
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Very interesting findings in the world of science and medicine.
“We have evidence that exercise and probably intermittent fasting increase the number of mitochondria in neurons,” said Mark Mattson, a neuroscientist at the National Institute on Aging in Baltimore.
Editor’s Note: While many get into intermittent fasting to look great and get a sexy body, they are getting some bonus benefits in regards to brain function and regeneration.
Fasting has long been known to heal the body, it’s effects on the body’s most important organs like the brain, heart and stomach are hard to argue against.
Intermittent fasting is not some fad that will go away anytime soon, the more we know about it the more we understand that it’s a life-changing practice. Here are our article highlights:
- It’s very possible to be in-shape but not be healthy on the inside.
- Many seem to struggle with alternate day fasting more than a 5:2 fast diet.
- A study will soon be started testing the theory presented at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting. The theory is that the stress of fasting and exercise combined helps the brain adapt and improve the energy flow of neurons.