Low Calorie Diet
Once you have to start counting calories, it takes away from the joy of eating - Mireille Guiliano
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Calorie-restrictive diets are showing promise to potentially treat an array of medical conditions.
Scientists have investigated the effect of extremely low-calorie diets on a range of illnesses, from autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis to asthma. Other researchers have evidence the diets may help to prevent diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and studies are under way to determine if they can extend survival in cancer patients and reduce side effects of chemotherapy.
“Periodic fasting shows the most promise in getting rid of bad cells and making good ones for regeneration and can be applied to all kinds of diseases,” says Valter Longo,