As we get older, building muscles fast and keeping them strong and healthy becomes a tough task.
Strength in bones tends to decrease as we age and increases the likelihood of falls and fractures in elder people.
A recent research shows the exact process and how to do deal with the condition.
In earlier studies, Nottingham research team has already shown that as we age, it is difficult to make muscle fast and now it was found that suppression of muscle breakdown, which also happens during feeding, is blunted with age.
The results of the study also explains the ongoing loss of muscle in older people.
When older people eat, they don’t build enough muscle with the protein in food and in addition insulin fails to shut down the muscle breakdown.
Source: University Of Nottingham