Intermittent-fasting diet gains popularity in U.K.

A diet that calls for participants to eat and drink whatever they want for five days during a week and to fast for the other two days has become popular in the U.K. Co-author Dr. Michael Mosley tested the diet and says he lost 20 pounds. However, the U.K.'s National Health Service says there are "significant gaps" in the evidence supporting intermittent fasting.

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