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Increasing muscle mass, not just losing weight, will help prevent diabetes

8/6/2011 - If you want to avoid developing type-2 diabetes, you may need to do more than eat better and lose weight. New research published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism reveals that building and maintaining healthy muscle mass is also important in diabetes prevention, as high muscle...

Brown rice protein powder - Increase muscle mass and stabilize weight

8/1/2011 - Protein powder is a supplement that has been used by bodybuilders and people simply looking to stay in shape; it is used to maximize the effects of their workouts and to build the muscle that they need to burn excess calories and to maintain a steady weight. Many protein powder products are on the market,...

Diet Rich in Plant-foods Aids in Preserves Muscle Mass in Older Adults

8/21/2008 - The strength that sometimes leaves many older adults could be maintained and restored by consuming raw vegetables and fruit, a study, published in the March issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, has suggested. In a society where grain- and protein-rich diets rule, this is refreshing news...

Diet Rich in Plant-foods Aids in Preserving Muscle Mass in Older Adults

7/17/2008 - The strength that sometimes leaves many older adults could be maintained and restored by consuming raw vegetables and fruit, a study, published in the March issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, has suggested. In a society where grain- and protein-rich diets rule, this is refreshing news...

Recent Study Finds Plant Foods Preserve Muscle Mass in Aging Adults

7/1/2008 - Fruits and vegetables contain essential vitamins, minerals and fiber that are key to good health. Now, a newly released study by Agricultural Research Service (ARS)-funded scientists suggests plant foods also may help preserve muscle mass in older men and women. The study was led by physician and...

Calorie restriction shown to boost longevity and slow loss of muscle mass in animal experiment

7/10/2006 - A study recently published in the Journal of Gerontology: Biological Sciences suggests that eating less may help people stay strong even in old age. Scientists from the University of Calgary found that rats fed a nutritious, calorie-restricted diet maintained their muscle mass much better than...

Why weight loss requires strength training, even in women and seniors

8/27/2005 - Did you know that strength training is crucial for successfully losing weight and keeping it off? I'm talking about weight-bearing exercise. It doesn't have to be a huge, hulking workout where you're trying to look like Arnold Schwarzenegger in his prime, it just has to be some basic strength training....

Questioning the safety of synthetic human growth hormone (HGH)

6/8/2005 - As many middle-aged adults unfortunately know all too well, aging is often accompanied by weight gain. As Gary Null writes in Power Aging, "In fact, each year after the age of forty, a pound of fat replaces a pound of muscle. This means that by the time you are fifty, ten pounds of your muscle have...

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