It’s normal to lose some muscle mass as we age. It’s called sarcopenia, and this condition can start as early as your 30s.
If you’re physically inactive you can lose as much as three to five percent of your muscle mass each decade after the age of 30.1 And even if you’re active, you’ll still have some muscle loss that occurs with age.
With that said, staying active and adding regular doses of muscle-strengthening exercise can help stem the tide.
But did you know that nourishing your gut microbes could be equally as important? Emerging research suggests just that.
Let’s take a look…
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