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At the fountain of youth, no snacking.(rats fed low calorie diet lived longer in University of Wisconsin study)(Brief Article)

Researchers have found that rats fed 30 to 50% fewer calories than normal live about one-third longer than usual. This is due to differences between the gene activity of mice with no calorie restrictions and those on tight diets.

Journal Title: U.S. News & World Report Sept 6, 1999, Vol.127(9), p.63
Main Author: Petit, Charles W.
Other Authors: Wong, Kathleen
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