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You don't have to lose strength and energy as you get older. Did you know that people over the age of 40 may lose up to 8 percent of their muscle mass per decade? And the rate of decline may double after the age of 70.

As we get older endurance can decline— and you can tire more quickly — but ongoing fatigue is not a natural part of aging. 

As we age, we typically lose muscle and gain more fat, so our “normal” muscle-to-fat ratio will be higher. A large meta-analysis in 2014 showed adults over 65 actually had lower mortality rates when they had a higher BMI ( Body Mass Index )