Cutting 300 calories a day reduces heart disease, diabetes and dementia risks, study suggests

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New Duke University suggests that a long-term calorie restrictive diet may protect heart and metabolic health, even if you're a healthy weight, by reducing your risk of chronic inflammation.
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