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Science: Extreme Diets #1132293

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 25, 2018
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: Kathy Park) The science behind extreme diets & longevity featured; calorie statistics cited. [Calorie restriction practitioner Michael RAY - comments on the diet.] [University of Wisconsin researcher Dr. Rozalyn ANDERSON††- explains aging in research monkeys: they are more healthful.]

(Studio: Kate Snow, John Torres) How restricting calories slows down metabolism with less stress on the cells & the need for medical supervision with this plan discussed.

Snow, Kate;
Park, Kathy;
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