Calorie restriction in humans: An update

@article{Most2017CalorieRI,
  title={Calorie restriction in humans: An update},
  author={Jasper Most and Valeria Tosti and Leanne Maree Redman and Luigi Fontana},
  journal={Ageing Research Reviews},
  year={2017},
  volume={39},
  pages={36-45}
}
  • Jasper Most, Valeria Tosti, +1 author Luigi Fontana
  • Published in Ageing Research Reviews 2017
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Calorie restriction (CR), a nutritional intervention of reduced energy intake but with adequate nutrition, has been shown to extend healthspan and lifespan in rodent and primate models. Accumulating data from observational and randomized clinical trials indicate that CR in humans results in some of the same metabolic and molecular adaptations that have been shown to improve health and retard the accumulation of molecular damage in animal models of longevity. In particular, moderate CR in humans… CONTINUE READING

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