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Calorie Restriction Mon Mar 12, 2012 6:55 pm
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Calorie restriction, a diet high in nutrients but low in calories, is known to prolong the life of rats and mice by preventing heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and other diseases. A six-month study of 48 moderately overweight people, who each reduced their calorie intake by at least 25 percent, demonstrated decreases in insulin levels and body temperature, with the greatest decrease observed in individuals with the greatest percentage change in their calorie intake. Low insulin level and body temperature are both considered signs of longevity, partly because an earlier study by other researchers found both traits in long-lived people.

If the above statements are true, they support which of the following inferences?

a. Calorie restriction produces similar results in humans as it does in rats and mice.
b. Humans who reduce their calorie intake by at least 25 percent on a long-term basis will live longer than they would have had they not done so.
c. Calorie intake is directly correlated to insulin level in moderately overweight individuals.
d. Individuals with low insulin levels are healthier than individuals with high insulin levels.
e. Some individuals in the study reduced their calorie intake by more than 25 percent

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Mon Mar 12, 2012 10:09 pm
What is your doubt, OA E

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The energy supplements for fitness and health are many as all of us need to be healthy and also fit . Proteins are the best supplements for the fitness and even more must have eating tips for heart,bones,muscles,brain even for the best fitness, health and nutrition tips delivered to our body daily. Eating real good food that contains proteins, nutrients, carbohydrates and all other necessary things to our body makes us stood fit. Please provide some more links regarding the topic.

obesity prevention programs

preventing heart disease

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Fri Apr 27, 2012 9:41 pm
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The energy supplements for fitness and health are many as all of us need but what about those who cannot afford to have it.consider the recession around the world, there are people dying of hunger all over the US and UK people donot have jobs, they donot have the basic amenities of life to live with, so how can u expect them to have fruits and all the luxury items to eat, when even they cannot afford to have the basic diet.

pls provide some links on the topic:

how to cope with the mental stress of job loss

how to get a new job

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