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UltraMeal Advanced Protein Nutritional support for the management of sarcopenia


 Loss of muscle naturally begins around age 30 and continues to age 60 at a rate of 1% to 2% yearly


 After age 60, rates increase to an annual loss of 3% to 5%  By age 80 a person could lose up to 50% of muscle mass


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Advanced support for maintaining muscle Targeted protein supplementation combined with appropriate exercise can help slow muscle loss and support healthy aging. Compared to more common dietary proteins, essential amino acids—and especially branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs)—appear to be more rapidly absorbed and better utilized by skeletal muscle for the synthesis of new muscle tissue.


UltraMeal Advanced Protein is a medical food specifically formulated to support the nutritional management of sarcopenia. It features 20 grams of a proprietary pea and rice protein blend, 10 grams (1/2


the total protein) of essential amino acids (including


5 grams of BCAAs), cocoa polyphenols, 5 grams of fiber (including prebiotic fiber), and 25 essential vitamins and minerals to nutritionally support muscle growth.


Notice: This product is to be used under the direct supervision of a physician or other licensed healthcare practitioner.


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