Also fat and thin, let you choose
There is evidence that some of us are willing to lose weight at all costs to achieve today’s ideal body shape.
But is thinness worth pursuing?
銆€銆€Scientists have been studying the consequences of malnutrition, which are rodents rather than humans.
Studies have shown that dieting with guaranteed levels of vitamins and minerals helps to slow down the aging process.
In one experiment after another, lean animals always live longer than the relatives they can eat.
Sometimes life expectancy is even doubled, they appear to be slower to age, the blood maintains a vertical horizontal time series, the body can react to certain hormones for a long time, and the immune system stays healthy for at least.
Restricted rats are less likely to have age-related diseases such as cancer, kidney disease and heart disease.
銆€銆€But we know very little about the consequences of malnutrition under the scientific control of the human body.
Researchers have been working to link the weights of various people to their health status. The preliminary results show that, contrary to the experimental results in the laboratory, the light weight is harmful to human health.
銆€銆€In an important study of foreign health agencies that tracked more than 5,000 people over 24 years, scientists found that the leanest people had the highest mortality rates.
The leanest group of people died of cancer and the highest proportion of all diseases except cardiovascular.
People also found that thinness does not mean health.
People who are 15% lighter than average are more likely to die from pneumonia, flu, heart disease and suicide than fat people.
Women who are 15% lighter than average weight are prone to pneumonia, flu and digestive diseases.
A study by the American Cancer Society found that people who are 20% lighter than average are more likely to die from heart disease and digestive diseases than those with average weight.
In a California study of 7,000 people, the highest mortality rates were those who were 10% lower than the average weight.
銆€銆€Conversely, a series of studies have found that slightly or moderately overweight, even 35% heavier than average weight, is less harmful to health than lighter weight.
銆€銆€Is it fat or thin, is it already clear?