As intermittent fasting gains popularity as a weight loss strategy, the medical community is evaluating its potential drawbacks. One area of concern is whether intermittent fasting causes loss of lean body mass, specifically muscle tissue.
Why are people worried about the answer to this question? Even though the data for intermittent fasting are still evolving, we already have data showing that those who lose weight by chronically restricting calories lose approximately one-fourth to one-third of the weight as lean tissue.
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