Curtailing calories on a schedule yields health benefits

Near-fasting for 5 days a month reduces body fat, study finds

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CALORIE CUTTER  Eating a very low-calorie diet with little protein but high fat for five days in a row each month can have a positive impact on health, a new study suggests. 


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