London, Jun 24 - Dieters! You may want to rejoice as a new study has revealed that taking a short-term food break may have some pretty amazing health benefits.
University of Southern California researchers developed a five-day monthly diet that they called the "Fasting Mimicking Diet," MNN. com reported.
They found that people, who followed the fasting regimen for three months, had reduced risk factors for aging, cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.