One of the most effective ways to prolong life, is intermittent fasting. So says American neuroscientist mark Mattson, writes EurekAlert!
the Expert explains the restrictions on food supports the health of cells and adapts them to the times of scarcity of food through the switch of metabolism. When intermittent fasting cells have to expend energy stored in the form of carbohydrates, they are moving in slow fat burning. As a result, improves regulation of blood sugar, increases stress resistance and suppresses inflammation. In addition, fasting can reduce blood pressure, lipid level in blood and heart rate at rest.
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