Early life nutrition
Maintaining mobility is key for older adults to remain independent and participate actively in society. Loss of muscle mass, strength and physical function below a critical threshold is called sarcopenia and is associated with delayed recovery from illness. Sarcopenia is a strong driver of frailty, which is characterized by reduced reserves and resistance to stressors.
By 2050, over 200 million people expected to suffer from Sarcopenia
Frail elderly and patients need as much as double protein compared to a healthy adult
An adequate amount of high-quality protein can help preserving muscle mass, thus improving quality of life
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