THE OLDER WE GET, THE GREATER THE MUSCLE LOSS. RESEARCH SHOWS THAT EATING ENOUGH PROTEIN CAN INHIBIT THE LOSS OF STRENGTH. BUT HOW DO WE GET ENOUGH PROTEIN?
The older we get, the greater the muscle loss. Research shows that eating enough protein can inhibit the loss of strength. But how do we get enough protein?
Our muscle mass already decreases from the 35th year of life. By the time we are seventy, we have only half left. Dietitian Marjanne Prins and professor Lisette de Groot of Wageningen University in The Netherlands both emphasize the importance of exercise, extra proteins and vitamin D in old age.