Can dietary restriction increase longevity in all species, particularly in human beings? Introduction to a debate among experts
The dietary restriction effect in C. elegans and humans: : Is the worm a one-millimeter human?
Health span extension by later-life caloric or dietary restriction: : A view based on rodent studies
Food, fertility and longevity
The potential for dietary restriction to increase longevity in humans: : Extrapolation from monkey studies
Dietary restriction would probably not increase longevity in human beings and other species able to leave unsuitable environments
Dietary restriction-induced life extension: : A broadly based biological phenomenon
Effects of caloric restriction are species-specific
Caloric Restriction Increases Longevity Substantially only When the Reaction Norm is Steep
Caloric restriction does not enhance longevity in all species and is unlikely to do so in humans
Will dietary restriction work in primates?
Caloric restriction and human longevity: : What can we learn from the Okinawans?
Why calorie restriction would work for human longevity