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Stop dieting and eat five meals a day: the sci-fi retreat for women who can’t lose weight By Jane Alexander For The Daily Mail When I was 14 my mother put me on a diet. ‘You’ve got skinny arms and legs,’ she said. ‘It’s a shame you’ve got a fat tummy.’
At 5ft 8in, I weighed just over 9st, the perfect weight for my height. Nevertheless, I starved myself to lose a stone — which is how all my weight issues began. Inevitably I put that stone back on and then some.
If You’re In Your 50s/60s, Eat This Much Protein Every Day 55-60 gms of protein per day is the recommended intake of protein for 50, 60 plus Protein is an essential mineral required for building muscle mass.
It is a nutrient popular for weight loss, thanks to its appetite reducing and fullness promoting properties.
Everyone from children in their growing age to older adults needs protein, as it is the building block of the human body which strengthens bones and builds muscle mass.
People above 40 or 50 or those in their 60s also need protein to prevent loss of muscle.
Nutritionist Umami Agarwal says that since protein is publicized for its benefits on bone health, it is as important as calcium and Vitamin D for older adults.
Ask her about the amount of protein intake that is recommended for people above 50, 60 and she says, “55-60 gms of protein per day is the recommended intake of protein for 50, 60 plus.
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