RESTORE lost muscle effortlessly – even if you’re a little older
You’ve seen it happen all around you.
You PRAYED it wouldn’t happen to you.
And at first, it might’ve seemed like you got away with it: You reached your senior years without that debilitating loss of muscle that hits so many others.
But then it happened.
You got weaker. Maybe you’re getting weaker still. And your doctor just shrugs and insists this is part and parcel of the whole aging thing.
Many people even believe it, too. Why wouldn’t they? Doctor said so!
Well, friend, I’m here today to say something else.
You can’t stop the whole aging thing…
But you certainly CAN stop your muscle loss -- and END the weakness and fatigue that come along with it.
You can even go in the other direction, too: As you get older… you could grow stronger!
Stop the “muscle wasting” blamed on age
New research confirms just what I tell my own patients:
It ain’t your age!
Sure, there’s a set of circumstances more likely to happen as you get older that leads to muscle loss.
You have to work a little harder to keep your muscle.
And, of course, none of us hit 80 with the strength we had in our 40s.
But the study confirms the REAL problem isn’t in the number of birthday cakes you’ve had…
It’s in your genes.
Scientists say they’ve now identified the genes responsible for muscle loss.
Even better, they’ve gone a step further…
They know the specific form of muscle loss that strikes with age – the kind that leads to weakness, falls, disability and in some cases even death.
Of course, like most in the mainstream, they’re already talking about the usual answer – turning this new discovery into a target for a drug.
I can only imagine the horrors that’ll unfold next.
Tweaking genes is often like trying adjust a house of cards… from the bottom… because each one has interactions with the others, often in ways that aren’t always obvious.
But one wrong tweak and the whole thing comes crashing down.
Besides, why bother with these Frankenstein experiments when we already have ways to build, preserve, enhance and protect muscle in seniors?
Start with some exercise. There’s no two ways about it: To keep strong, you need to do some resistance training.
The good news is you don’t have to go all Schwarzenegger in the gym. Google “chair exercises” for some basic moves you can try at home that’ll do the trick.
But it’s not just about exercise.
You also have to FEED your muscles, and that means protein.
Aim for 25-30 grams of protein at every meal, with most of them animal (aka COMPLETE) proteins including meat, eggs, fish and (if you can handle it) dairy.
Guys, if you find yourself getting weaker no matter what you do, don’t accept it as aging.
That could be a sign of a hormone deficiency.
Have a physician who specializes in integrative or functional medicine check your testosterone levels, and help you get back on track if you’re falling short.