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    • Anabolic Resistance: Why It Is Harder To Add Muscle Mass As We Age And How To Fight It

      We lose muscle mass and strength as we age. This is known as sarcopenia.

      Muscle loss could begin in our 30s. Genetics and lifestyle play a major factor and there is a lot of inherited individual variability

      There are several reasons why we become weaker: Our nervous system becomes more inefficient, our muscle quality decreases, our anabolic hormone secretion decreases, our bodies develop chronic inflammation and anabolic resistance.

      How to prevent age-related muscle loss: eat more protein at least 1.2g/kg BW up to 2g+/kg (counter-indication: careful if you have damaged kidneys), strength training with high intensities and volumes, active lifestyle outside the gym, supplement various nutrients like vitamin E, D, and omega-3s (if you are deficient).
      There are also riskier solutions, but for those you have to see your doctor.

      http://sci-fit.net/2016/anabolic-resistance-sarcopenia/

      This article was originally published in forum thread: Anabolic Resistance: Why It Is Harder To Add Muscle Mass As We Age And How To Fight It
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