Prevalence of low protein intake in 80+ year-old community-dwelling adults and association with dietary patterns and modifiable risk factors- a cross-sectional study

Prevalence of low protein intake in 80+ year-old community-dwelling adults and association with dietary patterns and modifiable risk factors- a cross-sectional study

Low protein intake might speed up age-related loss of lean mass and bodily perform. We investigated prevalence of low protein intake (<1.zero g/kg/day) and the associations between dietary patterns, key modifiable risk components and low protein intake in self-reliant community-dwelling adults ≥ 80 years. This cross-sectional study consisted of two home-visits. Data assortment consisted of …

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