A steadily increasing number of studies prove: Intermittent fasting maintains and improves health, can prevent diseases or positively influence the course of disease and the symptoms of chronic diseases. For example, regular fasting reduces “bad” body fat, reduces inflammatory processes in the body and improves parameters such as blood pressure, blood sugar, insulin and cholesterol levels. The aging process is also slowed down. Intermittent fasting thus reduces the risk of suffering from cardiovascular diseases or chronic illnesses such as type II diabetes and, after consulting a doctor, can support the treatment of allergies, high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis and many others. Read more on this in our blog.