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Ограничение калорийности пищи -ключ к профилактике сосудистого старения

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Исследования последних десятилетий позволяют предположить, что замедление процессов старения в настоящее время является реалистичной целью. Описан целый ряд физиологических процессов, которые могут повлиять на смертность и связанное с возрастом ухудшение функционального состояния. Одним из наиболее изученных воздействий является ограничение калорийности пищи (ОКП), которое предполагает снижение ежедневного потребления калорий на 30-50% по сравнению с неограниченным приемом пищи. Показаны эффекты ОКП на суммарный риск развития сердечно-сосудистых заболеваний, на разные биомаркеры старения у людей без ожирения, на артериальное давление и др.

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Яна Артуровна Орлова
ФГБОУ ВПО Московский государственный университет им. М.В.Ломоносова
Россия


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