Fasting-like diet could slow the aging process, study suggests: ‘Living longer and healthier’

 Would following a diet similar to fasting assist to slow down the aging process.

 Researchers at the Leonard Davis School of Gerontology at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles,,,

 who took the lead in a study on the advantages of a "fasting-mimicking diet" (FMD), have made this assertion.

 According to a news statement issued by the university, the diet was associated with reductions in insulin resistance and liver fat,,,

 in addition to reducing the biological age and the immune system's aging process.  

 The findings, which were published in Nature Communications on February 20th, were derived from,,,

 clinical trials that involved one hundred individuals ranging in age from 18 to 70 years old both male and female.  

 Random assignment was used to allocate half of the group to the fasting diet diet (FMD).

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