Intermittent fasting in diabetes
What is Intermittent fasting in diabetes?
Intermittent fasting for diabetes is a trending eating plan that divides time into ‘eating time’ and ‘fasting time’ so that the body has endless energy or calorie restriction and the excess glucose accumulated in the cells is reduced. It is also known as endless energy restriction. Some people call it therapeutic fasting. During Ramadan, the type, amount, and timing of meals change.
For the past 100 years, in 1918, Dr. Elliott Jasleen, the best diabetes expert of the time, has been able to tell people that diabetes can be cured through voluntary fasting.
Studies have shown that continuous fasting is very beneficial and safe for controlling diabetes.