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Because it's good to eat between 9am and 7pm


There are many theories and as many studies on the times according to which meals should be consumed. One of the latest was conducted by King's College London. Researchers in the United Kingdom reportedly discovered that eating within a ten hour window would increase energy levels and good mood but not only that. Adopting this rhythm in your diet, which falls into the category of intermittent fasting, would also reduce the feeling of hunger and consequently help keep your weight under control.

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What is intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting is a widely spread dietary model, which consists of eat all the meals normally scheduled in a day, in a limited period of time, and then fast for the remaining hours.

Even if there is no precise rule, there are intermittent fasting techniques that compress the time of eating to 6 hours, leaving fasting for 18. However, this is a rather tight timing and for most people difficult to respect. For this reason, the most recent theories, including the one supported by the King's College London study, indicate that the benefits of this technique also occur over longer periods of time, i.e. 10 hours dedicated to nutrition and 14 to fasting.

What the new study says

English researchers have found not only that a 10-hour window in which to eat is sufficient to improve health, but also that the results are more evident if these hours, and the moments in which you feed, remain the same every day.

The study involved 37,545 people, who ate in a ten-hour eating window for two weeks. At the end of the observation, the 27,371 people who had kept their schedules fixed, eating only from 9.00 to 19.00had found greater benefits than those who, while maintaining the 10-hour window, had changed the start and end times.

These results therefore show that those who want to approach intermittent fasting do not necessarily have to carry it out in a restrictive way to benefit from it. At the same time, however, according to Kate Bermingham, of King's College London, they also attest to how for overall health it is not only important what we eat but also the time at which we choose to consume meals.

Benefits of intermittent fasting

The benefits of intermittent fasting would be different. First of all the urge to hunger would decrease and this, consequently, would help people who want to do so to lose weight and reduce body fat. This in turn would help improve cardiovascular health.

Feeding only from 9.00 to 19.00 it would also stimulate muscle repair and improve microbiome health.

Finally, it would improve energy levels and induce a good mood.

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