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Calorie Restriction and Fasting Diets: What Do We Know?


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  • Website: National Institute on Aging
  • Resource type: General web page

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Use this resource to understand the difference between dieting, calorie restriction and fasting dieting. Evidence from human and animal studies are provided for fasting diets and calorie restriction, however the science is uncertain due to the limited generalizability to the whole population.


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independence, healthy aging, healthy eating, lifestyle changes

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Rated on: 1/23/2019 12:55:47 PM

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