Intermittent Fasting Article Reveals Surprising Facts for Fitness Enthusiasts has published its latest article covering intermittent fasting, which is aimed primarily at fitness enthusiasts. The article is available for viewing in full at

An article covering the subject of intermittent fasting entitled ‘ Intermittent Fasting: A Fast Way To Lose Weight’ has now been released and published by, an authority website in the healthy living niche. The article brings to light fascinating information, especially for pioneers of healthy living techniques. Fitness enthusiasts and anybody else who’s interested in intermittent fasting can read the entire article at

Because people don’t typically see not eating as healthy, perhaps one of the most interesting pieces of information to fitness enthusiasts, which is included within the article, is that intermittent fasting protects against Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease and seems to increase a person’s lifespan.

The article has been written to bring particular attention to the subject of intermittent fasting. This is best shown in the following extract:

‘When we don’t consume enough food throughout the day our body finds other ways of getting the energy it needs. This can mean accessing long term energy from our fat deposits which causes weight loss… This kind of diet seems to affect men and women differently but produces positive effects for both. After people went on an intermittent day fast, diet research showed that men’s blood levels dropped while women’s cholesterol dropped.’ now welcomes comments and questions from readers, in relation to the article. Jenny Bite, spokesperson at has made a point of saying regular interaction with the readers is so critical to running the site because It creates a community of people who support each other in their health goals.

In discussing the article itself and its development, Jenny Bite said:

“Intermittent fasting shows a lot of potential for controlling how gracefully we grow old.”

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Once again, the complete article is available in full at

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