In America dogs fed 25% less lived longer and chronic diseases started later

A 25% reduction in food intake of companion dogs in America resulted in longer life spans and a delay in the onset of chronic diseases.

Scientists have revealed that dogs on a diet which reduced food intake by 25% noticeably increased their average lifespan and, in addition, the permanent diet delayed the onset of signs of chronic disease. The study strongly indicates that companion dogs should be on a 25% …

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