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Muscle Loss and Aging... It's Real

Published on 6/19/2019
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Muscle Loss with Aging

Scientists argue about many things, but one point not debated is the fact that we lose muscle mass and strength as we get older.

For about 30% of people, the ,loss of muscle becomes severe. This is called sarcopenia. Once someone suffers from sarcopenia, the functions of daily living are severely affected.

But the fact is you do not need to be diagnosed with sarcopenia to suffer adverse health consequences as a result of even a modest amount of muscle loss.

Consequences of Muscle Loss:

Muscle loss has many negative ramifications. It is well recognized that you cannot run as fast or hit a golf ball as far as you get older.

For most people, they do not expect to run as fast or play a sport as well. They are fine with that, but what they often do not realize is:

The gradual loss of muscle strength affects daily living and can eventually hurt their quality of life.

Loss of muscle and strength has much broader health implications. Recent research has made clear that significant loss of muscle mass and/or strength will:

* increase your risk of cardiovascular events
* decrease survival from various diseases, including cancer and chronic obstructive lung disease.
* impair recover from major surgery
* cause bone health to suffer.

These health issues are all related to muscle mass. The reason that muscle is at the core of all these health conditions is due to muscle's role as the reservoir for amino acids.

Amino Acids from your muscles are mobilized when other tissues and organs need an increased supply of amino acids, such as to battle infection, repair wounds, gain vascular control, achieve metabolic balance and much more!

#HealthyMusclesMatter

 

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