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The connections between your nerves and muscle deteriorate with age--a phenomenon that may help explain the serious loss of muscle that often strikes old people. New evidence suggests that caloric restriction--a nutritionally complete but low-calorie diet--could help prevent these changes. According to a study published this week, a very-low-calorie diet, and to a lesser extent exercise, can prevent or slow some aspects of muscle decline in aging mice.

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