Prevention and optimal management of sarcopenia: a review of combined exercise and nutrition interventions to improve muscle outcomes in older people

@inproceedings{Denison2015PreventionAO,
  title={Prevention and optimal management of sarcopenia: a review of combined exercise and nutrition interventions to improve muscle outcomes in older people},
  author={Hayley Denison and Cyrus Cooper and Avan A Sayer and Sian M Robinson},
  booktitle={Clinical interventions in aging},
  year={2015}
}
The growing recognition of sarcopenia, the age-related loss of skeletal muscle mass and function, has highlighted the need to understand more about its etiology. Declines in muscle mass and strength are expected aspects of aging, but there is significant variability between individuals in rates of loss. Although some of these differences can be explained by fixed factors, such as sex, much of the remaining variation is unexplained. This has led to increasing interest in the influence of adult… CONTINUE READING

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