Preliminary research suggests fasting might be useful for multiple sclerosis.
When I told my coworker that I was participating in a study that involved fasting, she laughed until she nearly cried.
My boyfriend, ever supportive, asked hesitantly, “Are you sure you want to try this?” Note the use of “try” instead of “do.”
When I told my father over the phone, the line went silent for a moment. Then he let out a long, “Welllllll,” wished me luck, and chuckled.
Turns out, luck might not be enough.
The pilot study, led by Dr. Ellen Mowry at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, is looking at the impact of intermittent fasting on our microbiomes — the universe of trillions of microbes, mainly bacteria, that live in our guts.
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