The eat map: how eating between long fasts can reverse lifestyle diseases and chart a long life

Synopsis

There was a time when eating a lot and eating all the time was considered healthy. Now, the scientific approach is to eat less, and eat less often. Time-restricted feeding (TRF) or intermittent fasting has become the way to reduce weight, manage insulin levels, and maintain good health in a passive yet effective way.

Vishnu Morey, not his real name, was a man who loved to eat. He loved his chicken or mutton lunch on Sundays. Whenever he used to visit his in-laws’ place in Konkan, there was a special meal where the family rooster was especially cooked for him. Those were the days he would eat so much that they had to call two helpers to make him stand on his feet. Morey died of a heart attack just after his retirement. He was overweight and avoided doctors.
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