The only proven way of currently extending life expectancy in a variety of mammals is undernourishment (not malnourishment) but requires further study to see whether it has undesirable side effects.
Long lived species have less response to famine so, according to Aubrey de Grey, not likely to have a big impact in humans.
Laboratory mice primarily die from cancer, so any treatment that reduces cancer incidence is likely to have an impact on average lifespan even if not affecting the underlying ageing damage.
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Intermittent fasting may help you lose weight and fight infections
New Scientist - 28-Jul-2023
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Calorie restriction and its effect on DNA methylation
Live Forever Club - 03-Mar-2023
Analysis of CALERIE trial shows a slowing down in the pace of ageing, but no immediate reduction in biological ageRead more...
Effects of intermittent fasting: An exploration
Live Forever Club - 31-Jan-2023
12 months of IF results in a range of biomarker improvements, but no significant reduction in inflammatory markersRead more...
Poor eating habits can increase your risk of early death, study finds
Neuroscience News - 22-Nov-2022
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University of Alabama at Birmingham looking for IF and CR participants for new study
University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) - 10-Oct-2022
Will look at whether health and ageing improves with calorie restriction or intermittent fastingRead more...