The Canadian Press

2016-08-25 | Protein Muscle Study

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Researchers at the University of New Brunswick have launched a study to find out whether a protein drink can help build muscle -- without exercise. Danielle Bouchard and Martin Senechal are concentrating the study on adults over the age of 65. Bouchard says the goal is to keep seniors independent longer if they have greater functions such as balance and strength. (Bouchard says the 12 week study is designed to see if test subjects, between the ages of 65 and 80, develop more muscle mass. Bouchard says USBased company Plasma Nutrition believes its product, called Moto Protein, has greater benefits than other protein shakes because it is more easily digested.)

Date: 2016-08-25
Placeline: FREDERICTON.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << some people will just never hit the gym more often to maybe get some of the benefits that you can have with exercise but it's only one portion exercise give you a multiple benefits and this protein shake with maybe give you like more benefit of gaining more muscle mass >>


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