NutritionInsight gets the scoop from TSI on a nutritional supplement that could be the missing ingredient for muscle health in the aging population.
In the article Lisa Pitchford, MTI Biotech physiology researcher states: “Most adults start losing muscle mass in their 30s, and all adults will experience muscle loss over time. It’s important to be highly proactive with muscle health nutrition to minimize the loss of muscle, strength and function associated with aging.”
The article discusses a new year-long study that showed supplementing with the combination of HMB (beta-hydroxy beta-methylbutyrate) and Vitamin D3 helped healthy older adults to improve muscle function, even without exercise.
Visit NutritionInsight to read the full article on supplements for aging adults.