Extra Protein from Red Meat May Not Help Middle-Aged Adults Build Strength

A recently published randomized controlled trial found that high protein intake from lean beef, compared with moderate intake, did not help middle-aged adults get stronger faster when they undertook a resistance training program. Starting in our 40s and 50s, we all lose muscle as we age. Eating extra protein above the recommended 0.8 grams per […]
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