According to a study, the young intermittent increases the risk of death by 30%

The researchers found that skipping breakfast was linked to a higher risk of dying from a heart attack.

Si le jeûne intermittent a de nombreux adeptes partout dans le monde, ce régime alimentaire peut pourtant avoir sures effets négatifs. As the Daily Mail reveals, intermittent fasting could increase the risk of premature death by 30%. This study was conducted among 24,000 Americans living in the United States, and they were followed for nearly 15 years.

According to this study, ceux qui ne prenaient qu’un repas par jour were 30% plus susceptible que les autres de mourir de n’importe quelle cause. The researchers noticed that the jeûneurs generally end up consuming an important amount of food in one sitting. A phenomenon that can damage the cells of the body.

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Au moins deux repas

With this study, the researchers found that skipping breakfast was linked to a higher risk of dying from heart disease. Les résultats était les mêmes peu importe la quantité d’activité physical, l’alimentation, etc. D’autres études doivent corroborati le rôle joué par le jeûne dans le decés précoce.

At a time when intermittent fasting is largely presented as a solution for weight loss, metabolic health and disease prevention, our study is important for American adults who eat less food.“, reports the author of this study, professor Yangbo Sun, of the University of Tennessee.

And complement: “Nos recherches ont revealed that people who only eat one meal a day are more likely to die than those who eat more than one meal. Among them, participants who skip breakfast are more likely to develop fatal cardiovascular diseases, while those who skip lunch or dinner increase their risk of death.” Les auteurs de cette étude encourages participants à respecter au moins deux repas dans la journée. Key conclusions ont été publiées dans le Journal of Academy of Nutrition and Diabetics.

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