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Calorie Restriction – the CR Way: Getting Started

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The CR Way community is about living better longer. We don’t like the words limit and restrict. Happiness, satisfaction – realizing your full potential – is what the CR Way is about. So before you limit one calorie, find out how to manage your happiness and satisfaction levels so unhealthy comfort foods won’t be so… read more

Improve Cognition with Calorie Restriction and Blood Sugar Management

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As people age, they often experience memory loss, reduced concentration, and other cognitive problems. Diet and lifestyle, though, can improve cognitive performance and reverse some aspects of brain aging. Consider the world chess champion – chess genius, Viswanathan Anand, who in November will defend, his title against the highest rated player in chess history, Magnus… read more

Benefits of Calorie Restriction Enhanced by Nitric Oxide and Lower Blood Glucose, Say Researchers from The CR Way

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Scientifically validated ways to lower blood pressure, enhance cognition, and improve glucose management – especially in type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes are components of the new, cutting-edge CR WayTM approach to calorie restriction.   “Following a calorie-restriction diet has always produced excellent results,” says Paul McGlothin, president of the LivingTheCRWay.com and vice president of research… read more

Calorie Restriction the CR Way for a Better Brain

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Start this blog post by taking 2 seconds to look at the following numbers. Then look away and see if you can remember them. 9, 7, 2, 4, 6, 1, 2, 5, 7 How did you do? Now, try 10 numbers, and please be strict. Only use 2 seconds to look at them before looking… read more

Calorie Restriction and brain training improves cognition

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Pre-law students, take heart! If you study intensely for a law school admissions test (LSAT), which involves three months of rigorous training, your brain makes positive changes. A perceptive study led by a graduate student Allyson Mackey at UC Berkley’s Helen Willis Neuroscience Institute at the Bunge Lab, shows that people who work hard at… read more