Tag: muscle

Tag: muscle
How Iron Helps You Stay Active and Healthy
Iron deficiency is the largest nutritional deficiency globally[1]. In the U.S it affects between 1-5% of men, depending on age, and as much as 11% of premenopausal women[2]. Athletes, particularly endurance athletes, are also more prone to this deficiency. To get an idea of why this is, let’s look at
MEND, 2 years ago
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Muscle Atrophy and How to Prevent It
Table of Contents Inside of every one of us, there is a constant cycle of destruction and construction. Old cells break down and are replaced with new ones. We see this happen automatically in our skin as blemishes, cuts and scrapes vanish over the course of days or weeks. The
MEND, 2 years ago
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Muscle Science: How to Work with Your Body to Repair Muscles
In this article: Skeletal muscle is one of the most commonly injured tissues of both athletes and non-athletes alike. [1] Although it can be debilitating and limit our daily activities, there is much that we can do to help our bodies recover from these injuries. In particular, nutrition and exercise
MEND, 2 years ago
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HMB and Muscle Health
Table of Contents What is HMB?Human muscles may seem simple, but they are actually quite complex. Food, dietary supplements, exercise, and illness all play a role in muscle building and breakdown. Researchers have begun to learn more about the many compounds involved in muscle health. One such compound is β-hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate,
MEND, 2 years ago
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What Foods Help You Maintain Muscle Mass After 50
By Mike Jones What Foods Help You Maintain Muscle Mass After 50 In your mind, you feel like you're 30, but for some reason, your body cannot quite catch up. You're losing muscle mass and aren't seeing the results of your gym workouts like you had been. You could be
MEND, 4 years ago
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Sarcopenia Prevalence To Increase to 42MM
New studies out indicating the size of the challenge we face with Sarcopenia (aging-related muscle loss). The prevalence is expected to increase dramatically with the aging population to 42M by 2023. One study suggests that just a 10% reduction could save the U.S. economy more than $1.1B in related healthcare
MEND, 4 years ago
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Difference Between Healthy and Unhealthy Weight Loss Among the Elderly
By Jane Sandwood Modern society places a major emphasis on the constant need to lose weight through all sorts of bizarre methods. As we age, however, this becomes less of a positive thing in our lives. For those age 65 and over, extreme weight loss could lead to conditions such
MEND, 4 years ago
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Patient Case Study
We will continue to case studies from our physician partners and the results we are seeing: A 61 year old healthy, fit female who presented with a very low 86.6 lbs. of muscle mass along with 29% body fat. After four months following protocol using MEND Regenerate she presented and
MEND, 4 years ago
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