NIA rhesus macaque calorie restriction study

The NIA rhesus macaque calorie restriction study was a study started in 1987 by the National Institute of Aging. It showed that calorie restriction did not extend to life or death in myriad monkeys. It did improve certain measures of health, however. These results were published in the Wisconsin rhesus macaque calorie restriction study, which also began in 1987 and showed increases in the following macaques rhesus following calorie restriction.

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