That sickness, eating too much?
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How many times a day do you eat?
“Three times a day.”
I think most people would answer that.
Isn’t most Japanese eating three times a day?
I would like to hear from you.
How are you feeling?
“Not so good”
“There are days when my stomach is not feeling well.”
That said, you may be eating too much.
“I don’t feel like I’m eating too much.”
“Not much different than before”
you may say.
Suppose you answered that you eat the same amount as before.
Even if your weight stays the same, your metabolism will slow down over the years unless you’re doing a lot of work.
Even if your metabolism is lower than before, if you eat the same amount of food, you will overeat and become hidden obesity.
“Even so, I have a job and I can’t help but eat.”
Many people think that “eating = health”.
In particular, we Japanese have a habit of trying to improve our physical condition by dipping it in something and eating it.
“If you catch a cold, eat even if you don’t have an appetite to get proper nutrition.”
“If you don’t eat well, your strength will drop.”
In the first place, if you have no appetite, it is better not to eat.
Some people say you can’t get through your morning work without eating breakfast, but adults don’t need to eat breakfast to have energy.
It’s better for children to eat breakfast because they quickly become energized, but…
The habit of eating three meals a day is not a very old habit.
It seems that it changed from around the latter half of the Edo period.
It seems that it was also for people who did manual labor at first.
We Japanese were overwhelmingly long to eat two meals a day.
“But I don’t feel the need to eat two meals…”
Have you ever heard the word autophagy?
Autophagy is the process of destroying proteins in existing cells and using them to synthesize new cells.
When synthesizing cells, the cells that generate ATP, which is the energy of the cells, are also newly recreated, so energy metabolism increases, rejuvenation, improvement of lifestyle-related diseases such as diabetes and cancer, and fundamentally improving physical condition. things can be done
how is it?
Works great, right?
Incidentally, Professor Yoshinori Ohsumi of the Tokyo Institute of Technology won the Nobel Prize in Physiology and the Nobel Prize in Physics for his research on autophagy.
There are ways to make the most of this autophagy.
Do not put food in your stomach for more than 16 hours
That’s what it means.
By creating a state of hunger, the autophagy function increases and the physical condition improves.
“I can’t help but eat that much.”
You may say, but it doesn’t have to be every day.
For example, let’s say you have dinner at 7pm on a Saturday night.
Suppose you wake up at 10:00 on Sunday morning.
At this point, 15 hours have already passed, so if you eat lunch at 12:00, more than 16 hours have passed.
Actually, the hurdles are not that high.
It is actually healthier not to eat than it is to be healthy by eating.
I am currently running
The head is clear and the body is light.
Please try the challenge.
Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance
Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima
Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic
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