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Eating early and avoiding late night snacking is good for longevity. [Photo Credit: Yutaka Seki, CC-BY 2.0 ]

Insight into Fasting and Longevity: The Benefits of the Early Bird Special

Not only what we eat, but when we eat is important for maintaining a healthy weight and long life.

Studies with monkeys and humans are consistent with health benefits of both calorie restriction and intermittent fasting, but the studies are difficult to compare due to…

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