Cardiologist Dr. Joel Kahn is skeptical of the OMAD diet while nephrologist Dr. Jason Fung does think it’s beneficial to your health. They are joined by integrative medicine dietician Robin Foroutan who shares there are some real downsides to a restricted eating window, especially in women who are already stressed. Does the OMAD diet put too much stress on your body?
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The ubiquity of fad diets is a staple of modern society. As is the inevitable realisation regarding their ineffectiveness. An unfortunate consequence of this cycle is that scientifically supported diets, such as intermittent fasting, are often discarded as yet another fad. To distil the essence of intermittent fasting, BizNews spoke to Dr Jason Fung, a Toronto-based nephrologist and a world-leading expert in intermittent fasting and low-carb diets. Dr Fung, often called the founder of intermittent fasting, explained the science behind it, the ‘why’ and ‘how’ it works, in a manner accessible to the layman.