Veroudering brengt een verscheidenheid aan veranderingen in het lichaam met zich mee. Een hiervan kan leeftijdsgebonden sarcopenie zijn. Dit verlies aan spiermassa en -kracht houdt verband met fysieke en cognitieve beperkingen, verminderde kwaliteit van leven en een verhoogde kans op overlijden. Voor preventie en behandeling zijn, naast onder meer hormoonbehandeling, diverse leefstijlinterventies beschikbaar.
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