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15 Signs Your Body Is Aging Faster Than You Are

Reader's Digest Logo By Charlotte Hilton Andersen of Reader's Digest | Slide 2 of 15: Muscle strength is directly correlated to how you age, since you actually lose muscle mass the older you get, making you progressively weaker, says Barry Sears, MD, author of the Zone Diet book series and president of the non-profit Inflammation Research Foundation. This isn't destiny, however. You can increase your strength and build back some muscle mass by lifting weights or doing some other strength training exercises. You can start with the best anti-aging exercises, according to science.

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Muscle strength is directly correlated to how you age, since you actually lose muscle mass the older you get, making you progressively weaker, says Barry Sears, MD, author of the Zone Diet book series and president of the non-profit Inflammation Research Foundation. This isn't destiny, however. You can increase your strength and build back some muscle mass by lifting weights or doing some other strength training exercises. You can start with the best anti-aging exercises, according to science.
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