Efecto de la suplementación con proteína aislada de soya y ejercicios de resistencia en adultos mayores que viven en una comunidad: un estudio cuasiexperimental

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https://doi.org/10.35454/rncm.v5n1.366

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Suplementos dietéticos, Terapia por ejercicio, Sarcopenia, Adulto mayor, Fuerza muscular

Resumen

La sarcopenia es una condición que se puede asociar con la edad, caracterizada por la declinación funcional y estructural del músculo esquelético estriado. La suplementación con proteína, en combinación con ejercicio de resistencia, es el tratamiento principal para contrarrestar la sarcopenia o dinapenia en adultos mayores. El objetivo de este estudio es evaluar el efecto de la suplementación con proteína aislada de soya y el ejercicio de resistencia sobre la fuerza muscular y composición corporal en adultos mayores, que viven en una comunidad urbana marginal de Ecuador.

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2022-02-18

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Álvarez Córdova, L. R., Arteaga Pazmiño, C. L., Salcedo Martínez, D. M., Alonso Quintana, J. V., Sánchez Briones, M. M., Fonseca Pérez, D., & Frías-Toral, E. (2022). Efecto de la suplementación con proteína aislada de soya y ejercicios de resistencia en adultos mayores que viven en una comunidad: un estudio cuasiexperimental. Revista De Nutrición Clínica Y Metabolismo, 5(1). https://doi.org/10.35454/rncm.v5n1.366

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