Cutting Calorie Intake Could Increase Life Expectancy, Study Finds

Cutting Calorie Intake Could Increase Life Expectancy, Study Finds
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Anyone who has ever dieted knows cutting calories can help shed weight. Now, new research suggests lowering your calorie intake might be more important for overall health than for weight loss. According to a new study on monkeys, restricting calories by 30 percent had a big impact when compared to those who ate as much as they wanted. The study also found that reducing calories as little as 10 percent could slow the aging process.

Check out the slideshow above to learn more about how this study found that cutting calories can boost health.

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