Maintaining Mobility as we Age A Key to Aging Successfully

Estimates are that nearly 25% of Canadians will be over the age of 65 by the year 2036, and for Stuart Phillips, a professor in the Department of Kinesiology, physical activity and consuming sufficient nutrient-dense dietary protein are critical to keep seniors moving and to fight mobility loss with aging. “I cannot think of a lifestyle habit that has a more positive effect on a person’s physical and mental health as being physically active,” he says. To that end, he and his research team have produced a video (hyperlink here) on the importance of staying active. Please click here to view the video.
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McMaster University - Faculty of Science | Kinesiology