Extended longevity in mice lacking insulin receptor in adipose tissue – (02-03-03)

Extended longevity in mice lacking insulin receptor in adipose tissue

This study looked at mice that did not have insulin receptors in adipose cells and found an 18% increase in longevity. This strongly supports previous research in mammals that suggest caloric restriction without nutrient depletion (which would result in lowered insulin levels). With more evidence arising in regards to the harmful effects of elevated insulin I am even more firmly of the belief that refined carbs are the number one factor destroying the health of Western society.

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