THIS Morning has sparked a backlash after a guest encouraged viewers to “skip breakfast to live to 180 years old”.
Dave Asprey, 47, insisted that he will be the first person to live to the seriously ripe old age, and shared his tips on how he will achieve it.
In ad娛樂城pttdition to pricey stem cell procedures, cryotherapy – where his body is submerged in freezing temperatures – and deep sleep, Dave said that he swears by fasting.
Encouraging those watching to skip breakfast and have their dinner an hour early to give their body more time with an empty stomach, the entrepreneur said: “Skipping breakfast is really important.
“If you can learn this simple trick of intermittent fasting what you’ll find is you have more energy that day, start to lose weight, and start to feel better.
“It isn’t a suffering thing, it’s a benefit thing.
“The other thing you can do to live longer is have dinner earlier – even just an hour earlier, that gives you one more hour where your body doesn’t have any food in your stomach and that’s when your body goes in to repair itself.
“If you have food in your stomach, your body is digesting instead of repairing itself.”
However, viewers at home slammed the ITV show for promoting “unhealthy” advice, flocking to Twitter to share their reaction.
One outraged fan wrote: “Can we please stop promoting starving yourself as a positive thing. Eat smaller, healthier etc”.
Another added: “Surely this guy’s advice of starving yourself and skipping meals is incredibly dangerous?”
One more wrote: “No breakfast. Yet other experts say you must have breakfast…”
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