Intermittent fasting (IF) is an eating strategy in which you fast for part of the day and consume all of your meals within a specified time period. There are myriad ways to accomplish this. A common example is to eat all of your meals within an 8 hour window (12noon – 8PM), while fasting for 16 hours.
I’m sure you’ve all heard of the famous French Paradox. How can it be that the French have a much lower rate of heart disease when they consume so much saturated fat? Is it because of the wine? Is it linked to diet choices? Or is the widely held belief that saturated fat causes heart disease wrong? Today’s article explores this notorious paradox.
Most of the western world is addicted to breakfast cereal. That is my opinion and while I don’t have any actual facts to support it, I could probably dig some up if I had an extra hour to do research. I will also admit that my kids are addicted to breakfast cereal. Every single day, they come downstairs, absolutely ravenous, and start consuming multiple bowls of sugar.