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Dr. St├ęphanie Chevalier, scientist with the Metabolic Disorders and Complications Program at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre and an assistant professor at the School of Human Nutrition at McGill University. Credit McGill University Health Centre

University study finds three daily protein meals linked to greater mass and muscle strength

Loss of muscle is an inevitable consequence of aging that can lead to frailty, falls or mobility problems. Eating enough protein is one way to remedy it, but it would seem that spreading protein equally among the three daily meals could be linked to greater mass and muscle strength in the elderly.Dr. St├ęphanie Chevalier,

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