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Figure 4 | Longevity & Healthspan

Figure 4

From: Consumption of a low glycaemic index diet in late life extends lifespan of Balb/c mice with differential effects on DNA damage

Figure 4

Average food and water intake. (A) Average food intake for all animals (n = 8 for each group); a significant increase in consumption was observed in 18-month-old animals; black bars indicate control groups, gray bars indicate low GI group; (B) Average water intake for all animals (n = 8 for each group); significant decreases in consumption were observed with age from 18 months old onwards. For both (A) and (B), each age group has been designated a to f, and significant differences for each age group compared to other age groups are indicated above the SEM, for example, cd indicates that group c (18 months old) is significantly different to group d (20 months old); black bars indicate control groups, gray bars indicate low GI group.

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