Energy expenditure of rhesus monkeys subjected to 11 years of dietary restriction.

@article{Blanc2003EnergyEO,
  title={Energy expenditure of rhesus monkeys subjected to 11 years of dietary restriction.},
  author={St{\'e}phane Blanc and Dale A. Schoeller and Joseph W. Kemnitz and R. H. Weindruch and Ricki J Colman and Wendy Newton and Kelly Wink and Scott T. Baum and Jon Jay Ramsey},
  journal={The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism},
  year={2003},
  volume={88 1},
  pages={
          16-23
        }
}
Dietary restriction (DR) is currently the only paradigm that has consistently extended maximal life span and reduced the onset of age-related chronic diseases in all of the nonprimate species tested. Although it is controversial, some investigators have suggested that the underlying mechanisms may be mediated by adaptations in energy expenditure. We evaluated the extent to which DR alters energy metabolism in a unique cohort of rhesus monkeys submitted to DR for 11 yr. Total energy expenditure… Expand
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