Age-related muscle loss is often underestimated

… from the age of 30, a physiological transformation of muscles into fatty tissue begins by 0.3 to 1.3 percent per year. If you don’t do anything about it, around 30 to 50 percent of the muscle mass will be gradually lost by the age of 80, as all experts agree.

… however, good muscles are a prerequisite for physical performance. It starts with everyday activities such as getting up, getting dressed, climbing stairs or doing shopping.

… in addition, trained muscles help reduce the risk of falling. They increase resistance and help maintain the cardiovascular system, metabolism and brain functions. A good muscle corset is also helpful for recovery after an operation – if the patient can actively participate, early mobilization and rehabilitation are more successful.

… increased levels of inflammation in the blood, which can damage blood vessels and increase the risk of heart attacks and cancer, are often a result of muscle breakdown. “Anyone who is physically active and stresses their muscles releases substances that have a positive effect on the sugar and fat metabolism and protect against chronic inflammation,” says Prof. Weinstabl.

… many reasons for PHYTOPOWER products – after all, it was a special concern of Prof. Weinstabl as a surgeon and sports traumatologist to make his contribution.