Eat-fasting 2.0 sanctions eating two meals within a 12-hour period. So does this diet plan work?
The whole fasting and eating at the same time thing has become so ubiquitous, we're inured to the fact that it's the stupidest oxymoron since skinny-fat.
But suspending logic and intellect for the sake of being able to buy lunch and stovepipe jeans, we're digging scientific backing for a pro-grub upgrade to the 5:2 fad.
How does it work
Eat-fasting 2.0 sanctions eating two meals within a 12-hour period, which is – knock us down with a catwalk model's thigh – almost normal.
According to Salk Institute researchers, the program can help the body to burn fat rather than store it, despite no weird food or kJ rules and occasional cheat meals.
They also put the kibosh on the six-meals-a-day boosting metabolism theory.
Who does it: Fitness model Dr Sara Solomon.