Low-Calorie Diets May Delay Ageing

November 19, 2014 6:45 AM

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Can eating a calorie-restricting diet be the answer to most of our health issues? According to some of the recent studies, diets with fewer calories have proven to be beneficial in lowering the risks of heart diseases, hypertension, blood pressure and strokes. Adding more to this, a new study conducted by New York University (NYU) Langone Medical Center in Manhattan explains that low calorie diets can also assist in delaying ageing and age-related disorders such as memory loss.

The study was presented at the annual meeting of Society for Neuroscience held in Washington, DC and states that low-calorie diets - specifically low in carbohydrates - may help slowing down ageing by regulating the behaviour of hundreds of genes. It was found that diets low in calories check the a...

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