A Diet Based on a Nobel Prize Winning Idea Can Help You Lose Weight and Slow Down Aging

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A Japanese scientist named Yoshinori Ohsumi discovered a principle of eating that helps us stay young and healthy. It was so innovative, Ohsumi received The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2016.

When we starve for some time, the cells recycle everything old and useless and become young. This process is called autophagy. Here is a system that will help you use this process to your advantage. You will only need to change one dieting habit.

Bright Side has studied the different types of interval fasting and chose the simplest and safest diet plan that will start the autophagy process and keep you young and fit.

Wake up at 6 A.M. to 7 A.M. or when it’s light outside.
Have breakfast 30-60 minutes after waking up.
Start work 2-3 hours after waking up.
Eat more for breakfast than for lunch.
Narrow the diet window to 6-8 hours, with no change in the number of calories.
Eat last food at 2 PM or 4 PM .. / You can also choose 24 hours fasting in a week.

As you can see, there is nothing really hard about this diet plan. Here is what you need to do:

Count how many hours your diet window is (if your breakfast is at 8 A.M., and your dinner is at 8 P.M, the diet window is 12 hours).
Narrow your window down to 6-8 hours, and move it to the morning (for example, from 8 A.M. to 2-4 P.M.).
Don’t count calories! After 1-2 weeks, the body will get used to this and you will feel great in the morning.