Javizy wrote: Since candida diets tend to be high-fat, I thought people might be interested in this report. I know HFDs are healthier than high-carb diets (anything is healthier than those), but I’ve also heard that liver/kidney problems can arise. It’s an animal study, but it could have implications for us too. I’d be surprised if the mice were fed healthy, balanced fats with no simple carbs either, so we’re probably in an even better position.
After 100 days, the mice who ate fatty food frequently throughout the day gained weight and developed high cholesterol, high blood glucose, liver damage and diminished motor control, while the mice in the time-restricted feeding group weighed 28 percent less and showed no adverse health effects despite consuming the same amount of calories from the same fatty food. Further, the time-restricted mice outperformed the ad lib eaters and those on a normal diet when given an exercise test.
I don’t eat after my dinner at around 5-6pm, so I fast at least 12-13 hours in a 24-hour period. I intend to continue a HFD indefinitely so I want to learn more about them. I’ve found a couple of blogs about fat and diet, but I haven’t got around to reading them yet. Here’s the links for anyone who wants to learn more.
A big trend for intermittent fasting at the moment. I have done it before & it works, I just get a bit grumpy.