Keep up with your strength exercises because, after the age of 35, you start losing your muscle mass. It could be as much as 3%-5% per decade or even higher as you age”, shared my family doctor, on my recent visit.
This was something new for me as I was not aware of “Sarcopenia” or age-related muscle loss which is a natural process and a part of aging. But that got me to think if muscle mass can be preserved? If yes, how can we do that? But before sharing the ways to preserve our muscle mass, let me … Continue Reading