A recent Yale University study shows that consuming 14% fewer calories per day will lead to a healthier, longer life.
People's diet is closely related to their health, and a recent Yale University study shows that consuming 14% fewer calories per day will lead to a healthier, longer life.
Comprehensive foreign media reports, published this month in the internationally renowned journal "Science" report, the United States Yale University (Yale University) for a total of 218 adults under the age of 50 years to conduct a two-year study, and finally came to the above conclusion.
The 218 adult subjects reduced their daily calorie intake by 14%, which translates to about 300 fewer calories per day for adult men, and followed this diet for 2 years, during which time blood, muscle and other samples were recorded.
The results showed that the biggest key difference between the experimental and control groups was in the thymus gland, where the restricted diet had a significant reduction in thymic fat and a significant increase in the volume of the thymus gland itself, which is directly related to the production of T cells in the immune system.
In addition, the researchers identified genes associated with increased longevity in the experimental group of subjects with restricted diets, and the secretion of acetylcholinesterase was significantly inhibited in humans, and in the study in mice, reduced secretion of this chemical would inhibit the development of inflammation in older mice.
As for the practical application, daily calorie reduction can be implemented on a day-to-day basis or through meal-by-meal avoidance of overeating, and is suitable for all ethnic groups.
Not to talk about professional terminology with our Chinese an old saying summed up is to eat to seven minutes full, everyone live until the days are old.