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... he ought to look like an inmate of Changi POW camp like in the book "King Rat" by James Clavell.
... I believe you .... thousands wouldn't.
... To maintain current body weights, women often require 1,600 to 2,400 calories daily, while many adult men need 2,000 to 3,000 calories a day, according to the publication "Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010."
... Let's assume you are correct by some wild circumstance and that he can survive on 2/3 rds of a normal 2400 calorie/day diet (for several years) i.e 1584 calories ...
You don't seem to be answering the question that was asked." can a strictly steady diet delay ageing?"It didn't ask about some bloke who assertedly doesn't eat enough to explain his weight.For whatever it's worth, pop in to your local doctor's surgery. They can show you a stack of people who swear blind that they are "sticking to the diet" but putting on weight.People change; their "best" diet changes.
And FURTHERMORE..Kindly enumerate those "expressions of age related molecular pathways" which you so blithely claim to be feasible so that I can tell whether or not you are just parroting jargon which you have concatenated to try to sound like you aren't talking through your hat.
i don't see any problem with that as long as the content is of high quality!!
Quote from: minass on 10/08/2015 08:47:07i don't see any problem with that as long as the content is of high quality!!Actually, the point is one made earlier"NONE of the articles mention your "almost" childish assumption of the benefits of a "strictly steady diet". "So whether it's a good journal or not; it doesn't actually talk about your idea.
It is now four(4) times that I have asked you for a peer-reviewed article that supports your preposterous assertion. It is now four(4) times that you have responded with some variation of your pathetic song and dance.
Anybody who has been persuaded to attempt to prolong their life by exclusively eating monkey chow (or whatever) is welcome to do so.
The nature of this person's argument has been adequately clarified. It would be ungentlemanly of me to persist in pointing it out. If such "research" becomes common in England, perhaps it would be well to start studying Mandarin.