Fasting Diets May Boost Brain Power By Putting The Body In Survival Mode

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A study by the NIH found that, when paired with moderate aerobic exercise, intermittent food deprivation may enhance endurance

  • The study found that mice who fasted every other day could run on the treadmill for 20 to 30 percent longer than those who had constant access to food 

  • The findings are part of a growing body of research into fasting programs such as the 5:2 and warrior diet

  • Intermittent fasting diets are believed to tap into the body's hunter-gatherer-age mechanism for surviving in times of food scarcity

  • Similar diets are endorsed by celebrities such as Kim Kardashian 

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    Published: 15:00 BST, 27 February 2018 | Updated: 16:25 BST, 27 February 2018

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