A diet rich in animal protein might drive back age-related decline By Sally Robertson.

However, this association only put on the consumption of animal protein, without such advantage observed for the consumption of plant proteins. The group concludes that animal protein intake may act as a modifiable indicator for the first detection and avoidance of higher-level functional decline in elderly adults.. A diet rich in animal protein might drive back age-related decline By Sally Robertson, BSc Elderly individuals who consume higher levels of animal protein may be reducing their risk of physical, social and intellectual decline later on, show study findings.Approximately 1.5 billion people are subjected to these clock-shifts every year, but it’s hard to make any generalised statement about how many heart attacks they are able to trigger, adds Dr Rickard Ljung, another member of the research team. Publication: Janszky I, Ljung R. Shifts to and from Daylight Saving Period and Incidence of Myocardial Infarction , New England Journal of Medicine, 30 October 2008, 359;18:1966-68.

Paul Little, M.D., Manoj Saxena, M.D., Rinaldo Bellomo, M.D., Ross Freebairn, M.D., Naomi Hammond, R.N., M.P.H., Frank van Haren, M.D., Ph.D., Tag Holliday, B.Sc., Seton Henderson, M.D., Diane Mackle, M.N., Colin McArthur, M.D., Shay McGuinness, M.D., John Myburgh, M.D., Ph.D., Mark Weatherall, M.D., Steve Webb, M.D., Ph.D., and Richard Beasley, M.D., D.Sc.