Studies show that a 40% reduction in food intake can increase life by 20 years.

According to Japan’s MSN report, although there are various secrets about longevity in the world, it is a fact that the amount of food that affects human life. According to a British study, a 40% reduction in food intake can last 20 years.

This is the result of a study by researchers at unival city college London in the UK studying the effects of genetic factors and lifestyle on human aging.

As the team leader, Dr. Piper pointed out that mice can increase their lifespan by 20%-30% after reducing the mice’s food intake by 40% in mouse experiments. This data can be used for all living things, that is, the life span of humans is about 20 years.

Not only that, but the research team also believes that eating less can reduce the risk of neurodegenerative diseases that increase with age, such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease.

The research team not only did mouse experiments, but also did the same experiments in flies with the same 60% of human genetics, but both mouse experiments and flies experiments have played a role in reducing the amount of drugs and food. The effect of extending life. It also inhibits the genetics that cause Alzheimer’s disease.

But even so, since the study on longevity has only flourished in the past decade, this study has only stayed at the theoretical stage. Although it is more difficult to reduce food by 40%, if you can live 20 years more, you must be better than any healthy lifestyle.