Changing the conversation from 'chronic disease' to 'chronic health' | Prof Luigi Fontana



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In this #webinar, Prof Luigi Fontana, Scientific Director of Charles Perkins Centre Royal Prince Alfred Clinic at University of Sydney, shared about the effects of various types of dietary restriction in mammalian model organisms. His pioneering studies on the impact of dietary restriction in humans have revealed a new area of nutrition-related research, one that holds tremendous promise for the prevention of age-related chronic diseases and understanding of the biology of human ageing.

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Closing video source: https://youtu.be/1hQ26Yus0MQ?t=177

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