Redman is association professor and director of the Reproductive Endocrinology and Women’s Health Lab at LSU Pennington Biomedical Research Center.She is an expert in human metabolic phenotyping and well-known in the fields of obesity, lifestyle intervention and energy metabolism.She has published more than 120 research articles, reviews and book chapters around energy metabolism insulin sensitivity, obesity, calorie restriction and exercise.
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“Restricting calories can slow your basal metabolic rate—the energy you need to sustain all normal daily functions,” says endocrinologist and lead author Leanne Redman. “After two years, the lower rate of metabolism and level of calorie restriction was linked to a reduction in oxidative damage to cells and tissues.” Now, the study wasn’t long enough to show that calorie restriction definitively increased lifespans; That trial would take decades. The first says that the slower an organism’s metabolism, the longer it will live.