Could alternate-day fasting help you lose liver fat?
Two out of three adults with obesity have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), which boosts the risk of type 2 diabetes. Scientists randomly assigned 80 adults with NAFLD to alternate-day fasting (eating only 600 calories on their fast days), aerobic exercise (five one-hour sessions per week), both, or no intervention (control).
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