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Control your Glucose & Still Maintain your Weight!

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  One of the biggest challenges that serious, long-term calorie restrictors face is eating enough calories to maintain their weight. Digesting high fiber food choices can be difficult if you aren’t used to it. Your bowels can slow down, and eating a lot could be difficult for you, much less maintaining a healthy gut microbiome.… 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

Monkey study – A decade of calorie restriction research erased?

More than a decade ago, we launched the first study of long-term serious calorie-restricted humans. That research was picked up by Washington University in Saint Louis School of Medicine, and human calorie restriction research was off and running. Building on animal studies, clinical responses to human calorie restriction were established: Calorie restriction lowers fasting glucose… read more