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My profesional experience let me know the multipe benefits of calories restriction diet with the purpose to extend the life span and prevent many diseases related to aging proces Iam positive that restricted calories increase the quality of life mea n while the life span will be longerm

Posted by: Felix Salazar at March 14, 2012 8:48 AM
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