Exercise Becoming A New Frontier In Efforts To Battle Cognitive Decline

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How genes may thwart seniors’ exercise gains

Arun Karlamangla, an associate professor in the geriatrics division at the Geffen School and the study’s co-author. “Thus, rather than worrying about weight or body mass index, we should be trying to maximize and maintain muscle mass.” This study does have some limitations For instance, one cannot definitively establish a cause-and-effect relationship between muscle mass and survival using a cohort study such as NHANES III. “But we can say that muscle mass seems to be an important predictor of risk of death,” Srikanthan says in the news release. “In addition, bioelectrical impedance is not the most advanced measurement technique, though p90X3 workouts the NHANES III measurements were conducted in a very rigorous fashion “and practically, this is the best situation possible in a study of this size,” she notes.
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