Study Finds Time-Restricted Eating Linked to Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Death

Intermittent fasting, particularly time-restricted eating (TRE), has gained popularity for its purported short-term benefits, but a recent study suggests potential long-term risks that may outweigh its advantages. While celebrities like Jennifer Aniston and Hugh Jackman endorse time-restricted eating for weight control, new research from China highlights concerning associations with cardiovascular disease and early mortality.