There is an ancient Indian saying that proclaims: he/she who eats once per day is a yogi (of sound body and mind that allow the person to dedicate themselves to a higher way of life); he/she who eats twice per day is a bhogi (pleasure seeker); he/she who eats thrice per day is a rogi (sick person); and he/she who eats four times a day is a drohi (a person who brings harm to himself/herself and those around them). A research report, released earlier this month, seems to validate this piece of ancient wisdom