A new study suggests that strict control of calorie intake can significantly reduce the risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke and other diseases.
Researchers at the University of Michigan Medical School in Missouri found that people with low dietary habits, even at the age of 50 or 60, are less likely to suffer from such diseases, even as they are younger than they are younger. The study divided 36 people aged 35-82 years into two groups, one with a low-calorie diet for 3 to 15 years, and the other with a typical Western-style diet. Because of differences in weight, gender, and height, each person’s calorie intake varies.
The researchers said that from the results of the study, it can be found that controlling calorie intake can effectively prevent diseases associated with aging. Although it is not known when these low-calorie people will reach their end, they can live longer than average life.