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Opinion: Changing When and How Much We Eat May Extend Healthspan
Fasting, eating only at certain times of day, and restricting overall calorie intake can collectively contribute to lifespan extensions in animals. Could the same hold true in humans?
Opinion: Changing When and How Much We Eat May Extend Healthspan
Opinion: Changing When and How Much We Eat May Extend Healthspan

Fasting, eating only at certain times of day, and restricting overall calorie intake can collectively contribute to lifespan extensions in animals. Could the same hold true in humans?

Fasting, eating only at certain times of day, and restricting overall calorie intake can collectively contribute to lifespan extensions in animals. Could the same hold true in humans?

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