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Association of milk consumption frequency on muscle mass and strength: An analysis of three representative Korean population st

Body Composition Assessment
LEE et al.
Used Parameters : ASMI

Publication Year : 2019

Country : Korea

Journal : European Journal of Nutrition

Purpose Sarcopenia is an involuntary loss of muscle mass, strength, and physical performance associated with aging. Sarcopenia contributes to adverse health outcomes. Milk contains essential amino acids important for maintaining muscle. We investigated the relationships among milk consumption frequency (MCF), muscle mass, and strength in Korean adults. Methods We analyzed the data from 16,173 adults in the 2008–2011 Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (KNHANES), 13,537 adults in the 2014 …
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