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Muscle Loss with Age:

can we control it?

As you grow older, do you find yourself becoming weaker and feel those muscles that always supported you give way? To be honest, none of us have any delusions that we were going to remain quite robust. There is a natural condition called sarcopenia, that leads to muscle loss with age. On an average, there is a loss of 10% each decade once one hits the age of 50. This can have severe detrimental effects like becoming more prone to fractures and falls, weakness in the body, and even lesser mobility as time passes by.

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Alternatively, the positive effects of good muscle health are quite vast and compelling. Other than the slowing down the process of ageing (okay not really, but you feel younger!). Healthy muscle mass that results from good protein intake is known to help provide adequate strength, leading to a more active lifestyle and helps you engage in fun, spontaneous activities while tiring less. Good muscle health is also known to lead to much better functionality, reduces brittleness of bones and allows for a stronger body framework, thereby reducing the risk of osteoporosis. Besides the added physical ability, adequate muscle mass will also keep the additional weight under control owing to the protein rich diet it entails, which makes this a perfect solution!


Alternatively, the positive effects of good muscle health are quite vast and compelling. Other than the slowing down the process of ageing (okay not really, but you feel younger!). Healthy muscle mass that results from good protein intake is known to help provide adequate strength, leading to a more active lifestyle and helps you engage in fun, spontaneous activities while tiring less. Good muscle health is also known to lead to much better functionality, reduces brittleness of bones and allows for a stronger body framework, thereby reducing the risk of osteoporosis. Besides the added physical ability, adequate muscle mass will also keep the additional weight under control owing to the protein rich diet it entails, which makes this a perfect solution!

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Although a natural process, controlling this muscle loss to a great extent is not completely out of your hands. One of the simplest solutions is including an adequate intake of protein in the diet which provides one with the essential nutrients to keep up with the natural changes that the body undergoes. But we are already aware of the fact that an average Indian diet usually does not account for the vast amounts of protein required for optimum muscle health. This is where protein supplements come into play. Apart from the daily meat, eggs, dal and dairy, by adding protein supplements to your diet, you can ensure that you receive all the positive benefits of a protein sufficient diet, not only for preventing muscle loss, but also for better

*Source: The Protein Week | InBody& Ipsos Study

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