07/19/2024

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As you know, lifestyle factors, such as the amount of exercise you get each day and the amount of sleep you get at night, can affect your health and possibly even your life expectancy. Now, according to a new study published in the journal Frontiers in Nutrition, there is evidence that those who eat dinner earlier may even live longer.

The study focused on the Italian province of L’Aquila in Abruzzo, which has a large population of ninety-year-olds (people aged 90 to 99 years) and centenarians (people aged 100 years). In a survey of 68 ninety-year-olds and centenarians in the region, researchers found that, on average, most of them ate early – usually around 7:13 p.m. each night.

After delving into their findings, the researchers also noted that the group followed a strict calorie intake regimen (they kept their calorie intake low for 17.5 hours from dinner to lunch the next day). Overall, the respondents consumed plenty of grains, vegetables, fruits and legumes; small amounts of meat, processed meats and eggs; and small amounts of sweets. They also kept physically active by maintaining their own land.

The scientists added, “Our findings support the importance of lapses in daily calorie restriction, hindering nighttime post-meal stress and optimizing metabolic responses, which are associated with high consumption of plant-based foods and physical activity for longevity in Abruzzo centenarians.”

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