Slow Juvenile Growth

“...slow and protracted juvenile growth could potentially yield large increases in lifespan. ..... Reduced growth is more generally associated with longevity extension than calorie restriction.”
Source: Rollo CD. Overview of research on giant transgenic mice with emphasis on the brain and aging. In: Samaras TT (ed). Human Body Size and The Laws of Scaling: Physiological, Performance, Growth, Longevity and Ecological Ramifications. Nova Science Publishers, NY, 2007. p 244.