Are you eating to fuel your body and be stronger, or are you missing out on a key component that could drastically change your ability to develop and maintain lean muscle mass?
Eating healthy isn’t just important for weight management. To develop more lean muscle, and maintain it, you need to be fueling your body properly. It’s vital.
At one age, the thought of eating healthy and maintaining a nutritious diet is typically only considered when you need to lose weight or fight disease. Aging brings much more than the threat of gaining weight, developing high blood pressure, or high cholesterol.
What many don’t realize is the impact losing lean muscle mass has on your ability to live a long, healthy life.
Throughout life, the presence of lean muscle mass will impact your ability to live a better life in multiple areas. As you age into your 50s and beyond, the atrophy of muscle becomes more rapid and can impact your quality of life and your health in multiple ways. According to Healthline.com, “After middle age, adults lose 3% of their muscle strength every year, on average.”
The impact that this ongoing muscle loss can have on your body largely contributes to other areas of your health such as:
– The ability to control your weight
– Cardiovascular health
– The ability to participate in activities
– Self – Confidence
And Much More!
How to Eat for Stronger, Leaner Muscles
Eating well and living well are interdependent on one another. To live well, you must eat well. To eat well, you must live well. Yes, that’s right. To eat well, you must live well. You must be willing to be intentional daily with the way you fuel your body.
Eating well isn’t about restricting yourself from particular foods or nutrients, it’s about fueling your body with the right foods. Your body needs all types of macro and micro-nutrients including protein, fats, and o them.
To fuel your body for strong, lean muscles you need to ensure your body has the fuel for living, working out, and repairing. This means that you must focus on these areas on a daily basis:
– Focus first on fiber –see article for Sticky Fiber Diet here
– Ensure you have the proper amount of protein daily
– Be sure you are drinking enough water daily including before and after your workouts
– Ensure you are replenishing your glucose stores post-workout
– Never restrict your calorie intake for more than 48 hours at a time
Let’s Get You Started!
At M3 our focus is to help you learn everything you need to know to be able to live a long, strong life. We understand the impact the aging process has on your body and your mind. We want to help you build and maintain lean muscle so you can enjoy your life and the years you have ahead.
The M3 Methods have been developed with years of experience and are based on scientific research to ensure you find success and are able to maintain results for many years to come. Learn today for more information on how to be strong and healthy in your 50s and beyond.