A shocking study.. Intermittent fasting causes early death

A shocking study.. Intermittent fasting causes early death
A shocking study.. Intermittent fasting causes early death
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Intermittent fasting is one of the most prominent diets that people around the world follow to lose weight, and despite the emergence of some experts who have confirmed that intermittent fasting may be healthy for many people, there is a shocking study that confirmed that intermittent fasting may be the cause of your death.

And the study conducted on 24 thousand Americans over 40 years confirmed that those who ate one meal per day were 30% more likely to die within 15 years compared to those who ate 3 meals during the day, and intermittent fasting depends on eating at a specific time during the day or skipping food. Meals completely on some days, and it became popular in the early 2010s, according to the British Daily Mail.

Also read | Study: Intermittent fasting fails to achieve weight loss

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The research team pointed out that the followers of the intermittent fasting system usually eat a relatively large amount of food at once, which can lead to damage to the body’s cells over time and the occurrence of obvious pressure in the body’s metabolism and difficulty in managing glucose metabolism, adding that it is too early. Totally relying on this study because there are some other factors such as genes and others.

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The researchers confirmed that those who skip breakfast are more likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease and related death, while those who do not eat lunch or dinner have an increased risk of premature death from all causes by 12-16%.

Therefore, experts advise the need to eat the 3 meals throughout the day, and be careful not to follow the intermittent fasting system for a long time, because this may negatively affect the health of the individual in the long run.

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