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Calorie restriction diet claims to help people live longer

Calorie reduction studies on animals have shown the restriction of their food intake leads to a longer life. Some people have already undertaken a calorie reduction system of life in order to live longer. It involves restricting food intake and only eating certain ‘super healthy' foods such as yoghurt and fruit and vegetables. They also take a range of food supplements daily.

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About: Calorie restriction diet claims to help people live longer

Date: 29 October 2004

Source: Azcentral

Author: Jo Layton


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