Features March 2019 Issue

Improve Your Heart Health by Eating Only During Certain Hours

With “early time-restricted feeding,” you eat only for the first 8 hours after you awaken and fast for the remaining 16.

Improve Your Heart Health by Eating Only During Certain Hours

A type of intermittent fasting can produce health and weight-loss benefits.

Our bodies break down simple carbohydrates into sugar, which is released into the bloodstream. We need sugar for energy, but when we are overweight or obese, any excess sugar we don't utilize to meet immediate energy needs is stored in cells as fat. Insulin produced in the pancreas facilitates the storage process.

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