Rapid Review Quiz: Intermittent Fasting

Romesh Khardori, MD, PhD


May 06, 2022

According to a US population-based study, among those with MAFLD, skipping breakfast was independently associated with higher cardiovascular mortality risk (adjusted hazard ratio [HR], 2.850; 95% CI, 1.490-5.452; P = .002). However, in those without MAFLD, skipping breakfast was not associated with cardiovascular mortality (adjusted HR, 1.526; 95% CI, 0.701-3.326; P = .280).

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