With the Olympics upon us, it is with amazement we watch these athletes who have trained and seem to exceed all human bounds. Probably many of us look at these extreme human feats in contrast to our own physical activity. With our own exercise program, whether beginner or more advanced, there are a myriad of things we can do to improve stamina, speed recovery, and prevent over training. Many people are even hesitant to start exercise, because they feel they are just too old or tired for it to make any difference. However, when a recent study compared men in their eighties, to those in their twenties, they found the only difference in muscle mass gained was 3%. This goes to show that we can all train, we can all improve, and we can all compete in the most important game, the game of life. Sports nutrition is not just for the accomplished athlete, but for all of us. Exercise is one of the most important things we engage in to stay well, prevent dementia and even cancer. A few helpful nut

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