Everyone knows that cutting calories can make you healthy.
But really cutting calories, even if you're not fat, may make you live longer.
That's what some Texans claim, and our sister publication the Dallas Observer examines those claims in this story.
So-called "calorie restrictors" say that eating very little helps release anti-aging elements of the body; they think they may have ffound "an effective way to stave off cancers, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, Alzheimer's and many other ailments."
It's all got to do with something called resveratrol. Click the link to find out more.
-- Richard Connelly
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