Resveratrol vs. calorie restriction: Data from rodents to humans

@article{Lam2013ResveratrolVC,
  title={Resveratrol vs. calorie restriction: Data from rodents to humans},
  author={Y. Lam and C. Peterson and E. Ravussin},
  journal={Experimental Gerontology},
  year={2013},
  volume={48},
  pages={1018-1024}
}
Calorie restriction extends lifespan and confers metabolic benefits similar to the effect of lifestyle interventions. Poor compliance to long-term dietary restriction, however, hinders the success of this approach. Evidence is now persuasive for a role of resveratrol supplementation (a polyphenol in red grapes) as potential alternative to calorie restriction. This review summarizes the latest literature on the effects and the molecular mechanisms by which calorie restriction and resveratrol… Expand
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