The Nobel Prize Diet

There are numerous diets on the web, and I’m sure if you’re reading this, you’ve probably tried a whole lotta bunch of them.

This new diet was named after the scientist who has discovered the principle of eating that guarantees you to lose weight. Oshumi, the Japanese scientist has received the Nobel Prize in the field of Psychology and Medicine in the year of 2016.

He was studying the neuro-reception of a cell. He found out that when we are so much hungry and starve for a longer period of time, the cell regenerates itself, by the process of releasing everything old and useless. The process in medicine is called autophagy – but Oshumi found how to take advantage of this process in your own benefit – staying younger and fitter!

The whole diet is based on making you “diet window” narrow! The belief that stood for quite some time – that eating many small meals per day keep away the fat – no longer is true. Based on the research of Oshumi, people who start eating earlier, from 7 or 8 a.m ans start eating at about 4 p.m are way more healthier than those who eat many meals, and especially healthier and fitter than the people who eat late at night, after 7 p.m.

Giving more time to pass from your last meal of the day until your first meal of the next day actually allows your body to spend the energy on regenerating the cells instead of processing the food you intake.

The narrowed diet  window has shown improved results in all general fields, but mostly, in the following cases:

  • decreased risk of heart conditions and strokes
  • increased protection from UV-light, thus, prevention from getting skin cancer and also glaucoma
  • decreased risk of getting breast cancer
  • lower blood pressure
  • improved quality of sleep, without breaks during the night

Why? This is all due to the shift in hormones which control the energy levels inside our body. The more we are closer to our sleep, the less we should eat – since the metabolism slows down.

https://www.bluezones.com/2018/10/fasting-for-health-and-longevity-nobel-prize-winning-research-on-cell-aging/

https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/medicine/2016/press-release/

https://www.dailyo.in/lifestyle/autophagy-nobel-prize-yoshinori-ohsumi-dieting-fat-weight-loss-paras-tomar/story/1/30894.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

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