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Archive for ‘caloric restriction

Have a sweet spring; Atkins diet is dead wrong

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Happy spring, enjoy something sweet! Atkins diet is dead wrong; eat a high carb low protein diet for longer life- and healthspan
From a recent Science issue, 7 March 2014 page 1068, vol 343, “A new theory about the foods that can extend life is taking shape, and it’s sure to be a controversial one. Two studies […] Read more »

Diet for longevity and healthspan

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A kind reader replied to my email with an article showing that for longevity, at least in a rodent study, a high protein diet is likely to be hazardous. Even caloric restriction using protein to diminish appetite resulted in a shorter lifespan. He wrote “thanks for your latest email looks interesting, there is a recently […] Read more »

Notes to increase healthspan from Roc Nutrition Investigator

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If you do not get enough sleep, that contributes to: 1)weight gain through ghrelin and brain activity changes; 2) illness, by immune suppression, causing aches, fatigue, upset stomach, and diarrhea; 3) behvavior changes of irritability, anxiety, depression, and impaired cognitive processes. Fisher Scientific Lab Reporter No.3 2013…..
Calorie restriction can reverse, as well as prevent, aging […] Read more »

Annual reading notes

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This information was obtained from various meetings, readings, and reader emails investigated during the past 12 months. In this email are keywords.  The longer explanations and sources are at this link.  There you can also find links to related research in recent years.
NPR Program: Subject: Love, Happiness, Consciousness […] Read more »

American Aging Assn Meeting Notes 2009

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American Aging Association Notes   May 13-16, Phoenix, AZ, 2009
For more complete notes, go to this site:http://www.beloit.edu/nutrition/ln/ln09mayAGElong.htm
The American Aging Association (AGE) is the pre-eminent association of physicians and researchers devoted to understanding how aging occurs and how to reduce the painful effects often encountered as people age. I have been a member since 1990.
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