The benefits of intermittent fasting for memory

Alzheimer’s is an awful disease to have, and an awful disease to watch loved ones suffer with. I know, because my grandmother had it.

Intermittent fasting is starting to become known as a way to reverse memory loss. In fact, it was discussed in the book The End of Alzheimer’s: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline by Dale Bresnan, M.D.

If you’ve never heard of intermittent fasting, it’s when you only eat for 8 hours of each day day, and fast for 16 hours. (So, basically, you just skip breakfast.)

I found a video that explains the benefits of intermittent fasting. (The video also talks about how it helps with weight loss, too, because the body doesn’t burn fat for energy until you haven’t eaten for 6-8 hours.)