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Muscle Health: List Of Research-Backed Claims

We need our muscles to survive. For instance, our heart is the strongest muscle in our body.

Our muscles are responsible for the movement of the human body. There are three kinds: smooth, cardiac, and skeletal muscles.

From our 30th, we approximately lose 4% lean muscle mass every ten years. Loss of muscle mass can lead to a decrease in strength, which can lead to a higher risk for falls and bone fractures, and ability to perform daily activities.

The foods we consume can help us build and maintain our muscles as we age.

Protein contains amino acids. They are the building blocks for creating and maintaining muscle.

Research-Backed Beneficial Claims For Keeping Your Muscles

Keeping your muscles healthy will help you in your everyday life, even when aging. Some nutrients, according to research, may be beneficial in your quest to keep your muscles healthy and strong

You're welcome to explore nutrients that share this claim by clicking on their names.

NutrientNo Of Foods
Acetic Acid0
Alanine4927
alpha-Tocopherol14553
Betaine2031
Iron, Fe17086
Isoleucine4984
Lactic Acid0
Leucine4984
Magnesium, Mg16822
Phenylalanine4980
Potassium, K17075
Protein16996
Selenium, Se15917
Serine4925
Sodium, Na17153
Valine4983

Research-Backed Side-Effects Claims Affecting Muscles

Our muscles are responsible for the movement of the human body. Loss of muscle mass leads to various undesirable effects. Research shows that some nutrients may negatively affect your muscles, making it harder for you to keep your muscles healthy and strong.

You're welcome to explore nutrients that share this claim by clicking on their names.

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