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By Kris Gunnars, BSc

Intermittent fasting has been very trendy in recent years.

It's claimed to cause weight loss, improve metabolic health, and perhaps even extend lifespan.

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Intermittent fasting limits how much of a day or week you spend eating. Signimu & Google & Penubag / Apache License 2.0

Are you looking to change your eating habits in the New Year?

A new review of the evidence published in the New England Journal of Medicine Thursday suggests that intermittent fasting — the practice of limiting how much you eat during the day or week — can actually be a healthy way to eat.

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A time-restricted eating plan provides a new way to fight obesity and metabolic diseases that affect millions of people worldwide. RossHelen / iStock / Getty Images Plus

By Satchin Panda and Pam Taub

People with obesity, high blood sugar, high blood pressure or high cholesterol are often advised to eat less and move more, but our new research suggests there is now another simple tool to fight off these diseases: restricting your eating time to a daily 10-hour window.

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Aren't we all looking for an easy way when it comes to losing weight? Why wait months for great results if you can have them sooner? Well, now you can!

You've probably heard about the keto diet and wondered how you can also get the incredible weight loss results you've seen plastered all over social media.

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