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February 2010

Reap Benefits of Calorie Restriction without Chronic Hunger

Research conducted over the last 75 years in mammals confirms that consuming fewer calories induces extraordinary anti-aging effects, from radically extended life span to reduced disease incidence and improved blood markers of health. A recently completed 20-year primate study provides the most compelling evidence to date that even modest caloric restriction may bring about these benefits to humans. In this issue, we offer practical ways to trigger the same physiological mechanisms as caloric restriction—without having to endure drastic dietary deprivation.

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