Longevity: Want to reach 100? The timing of your evening meal matters says new study


Other factors may be at play too. The researchers observed a general adherence to calorie restriction lasting for 17.5 hours between dinner and the following lunch.

The frequency of consumption was also high for cereals, vegetables, fruits, and legumes; low for meat, processed meat, and eggs; and negligible for sweets.

What’s more, subjects were physically active throughout life.

The researchers concluded: “Our results support the importance of a daily caloric restriction lapse, hampering nocturnal postprandial stress and optimising metabolic response, associated with high consumption of plant-based foods and physical activity for the longevity of centenarians from Abruzzo.”

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