Intermittent fasting, also known as intermittent energy restriction, is an umbrella term for various meal timing schedules that cycle between voluntary fasting or reduced calorie intake and non-fasting over a given period. Three methods of intermittent fasting are alternate-day fasting, periodic fasting, and daily time-restricted feeding. The science concerning intermittent fasting is contested. The American Heart Association AHA states that intermittent fasting may produce weight loss, reduce insulin resistance, and lower the risk of cardiometabolic diseases, although its long-term sustainability is unknown. Fasting exists in various religious practices, including Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, and Buddhism. Three methods of intermittent fasting are alternate-day fasting, periodic fasting, and time-restricted feeding:      . The science concerning intermittent fasting is preliminary and uncertain due to an absence of studies on its long term effects. The AHA recommends intermittent fasting as an option for weight loss and calorie control as part of an “intentional approach to eating that focuses on the timing and frequency of meals and snacks as the basis of a healthier lifestyle and improved risk factor management”. New Zealand’s Ministry of Health considers that intermittent fasting can be advised by doctors to some people, except diabetics, stating that these “diets can be as effective as other energy-restricted diets, and some people may find them easier to stick to” but there are possible side effects during fasting days such as “hunger, low energy levels, light-headedness and poor mental functioning” and note that healthy food must be chosen on non-fast days. The NIA stated that although intermittent fasting showed weight loss success in several studies on obese or overweight individuals, it does not recommend intermittent fasting for non-overweight individuals because of uncertainties about its effectiveness and safety, especially for older adults.
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The attacks last less than a minute, yet they are utterly terrifying. Once a month, and sometimes more often, former Liberty X singer Michelle Heaton is gripped by ‘a hollow feeling inside. Then I feel for my pulse in my neck, and there is nothing. My heart has stopped. But now it’s like someone with no rhythm is squeezing my heart. And then it calms down after about 20 seconds. Every time it happens, I think I am going to die. Yet, until now, the true cause has been a mystery. Experts have now told her she may suffer from atrial fibrillation AF, the same cardiac condition that Tony Blair was diagnosed with.