Green Living 101: Simple Steps to a More Sustainable Lifestyle

Remember: When you’re eating, choose healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, plant proteins, and non- or low-fat dairy products.

Intermittent fasting is likely something you’ve tried or heard of a friend trying. This weight-loss trend continues to gain a lot of attention for people looking to slim down. UC Davis Health Registered Dietitian Melinda Gong explains intermittent fasting and some of the pros and cons of the eating plan.

Remember: When you’re eating, choose healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, plant proteins, and non- or low-fat dairy products.