ME, MYSELF AND I
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has taken the challenge of adhering to an 8pm dinner deadline with the occasional pre- bedtime nibbles of cheese, fruit, milk and nuts. We cannot wait to see the physical effects — though the euphoria of doing something together as a family has already caught on!
Edison Nadar, by email
The article on dinner deadlines ( Want to live longer? Eat dinner at 7, Sept 16) successfully advocates why a revolutionary change in our lifestyles is necessary — a change my family has always talked about, but never really undertaken. I wasn’t aware of just how harmful late night dinners could be! We made a deliberate effort to turn things around the very next Saturday itself. Dinner was served by 7.30pm — a great achievement for habitual 10pm diners who desperately craved to stay fit. Kudos for a wonderful article. Eagerly awaiting the next issue.