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What would the result be if all of the groups in the study followed an intermittent fasting schedule of 16 hours fasting/ 8 hour window of opportunity for eating whatever was prepared for a particular group to eat?? This proposed study, using the same diet regimens, could be expanded to include fasting periods of 1 day, 2 days, 3days, 4 days.....possibly 40 days. Two core questions to be answered are: What effect does fasting have on human physiology?; What effect does fasting have on human biochemistry? Issues such as gender, age, race, nationality, genetics, etc. would be relevant for discussion.
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