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Prevenir y tratar la Sarcopenia tiene como base principal la actividad física, pues combinada con una buena alimentación, asegura independencia a partir de los 40 años. Diversos estudios han concluído que integrar o incrementar los ejercicios de resistencia permitirían frenar la pérdida de fuerza y masa muscular, así como recuperarlas.

Así lo resumen Borde, Granacher y Hortóbagyi (2015), reconociendo que “si bien el ejercicio no puede prevenir totalmente el envejecimiento del sistema neuromuscular, los entrenamientos de resistencia tienen un gran potencial para mitigar los cambios relacionados con la edad”, así lo demuestran los diversos estudios realizados en los pasados 30 años, que analizaron estos investigadores.

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EJERCICIOS ISOCINÉTICOS

Es una contracción máxima a velocidad constante en toda la gama del movimiento. Normalmente se ejecuta por medio de máquinas o deportes como la natación.

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If you suspect a child is mildly or moderately dehydrated, an electrolyte solution such as Pedialyte® can deliver the combination of fluid and electrolytes needed for quick rehydration. However, if your child is severely dehydrated, seek medical attention immediately because advanced dehydration that goes untreated can be life-threatening.

Whether you have a younger child who loves the playground or a teen who can't wait to show up for practice, using these tips should help prevent dehydration and keep your child ready for the next day's play. Especially in warm weather, it's important that kids (and adults) consume an adequate amount of fluids to maintain their health and well-being. After all, there's nothing like a cool, refreshing drink on a hot day.

How Protein Fuels Development

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From infancy through adolescence, kids need protein to support rapid growth, development and immune health. Yet, research shows that many kids' protein needs go unmet. In fact, as many as one in seven school-aged children in the U.S. fall short of their recommended daily protein targets.1

Here's how to tell if your child is getting enough protein, how to easily add more to their diet, and why this nutrient is so essential for their physical growth and immune health. 

Protein Deficiency in Kids | Abbott Nutrition

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Believe it or not, one in seven school-aged kids in the U.S. don't get enough protein daily.1  That number is not too shocking when you learn that 30 percent of their total daily calories come from low-nutrient snacks, desserts and candy.2

If your child is not getting enough protein, it can lead to more serious side effects down the road. As a matter of fact, this essential macronutrient is so important for kids that it affects every single part of the body.