Consuming Fewer Calories Slows Aging

Consuming Fewer Calories Slows Aging

The latest statistics from the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta show that more Americans in 2003-2004 were overweight and obese than 4 years earlier. This latest data shows that 32% of American adults are now obese and another 34% are overweight.1 Today, it is likely that less than one third of all American adults are normal weight, and with a BMI...

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