Why Is Weight Loss So Slow Over 40?

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Lean muscle mass burns fat. Women over 40 years of age and men over the age of 60 lose 6-8 percent of their muscle per decade. The resting metabolic rate decreases about 2-5 percent every decade past the age of 30. Physical activity tends to decline
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Lean muscle mass burns fat. Women over 40 years of age and men over the age of 60 lose 6-8 percent of their muscle per decade. The resting metabolic rate decreases ...
Lean muscle mass burns fat. Women over 40 years of age and men over the age of 60 lose 6-8 percent of their muscle per decade. The resting metabolic rate decreases ...
Lean muscle mass burns fat. Women over 40 years of age and men over the age of 60 lose 6-8 percent of their muscle per decade. The resting metabolic rate decreases ...
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