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People also tend to get less active in their 50s, with no more small children in the house and more aches with which to contend. Further, the body loses more muscle with every passing decade. Muscle burns more calories than fat, so the less muscle, the fewer calories burned while going through life’s routines. But experts emphasize that middle-age weight gain isn’t inevitable. “It’s not a done deal that everyone’s going to gain weight,” said Catherine Staffieri, a registered dietitian with Greenwich Hospital’s Center for Behavioral and Nutritional Health . And weight loss remains possible even as middle age progresses, she and other experts insist. She didn’t lose much when she tried a well-known diet plan in October, or when she began lifting weights with a personal trainer a few weeks later. But in December, when she combined a nutritionist’s advice with twice-weekly coached workouts and 30-minute walks on other days, the pounds started falling off. “I’m down 29 pounds,” she said with pride and some amazement. “I know I does weight loss cause gas can go all the way down, because this is effortless. For the first time in my life, I think I’m going to see what my body really looks like without extra padding.” Everyone needs fewer calories as they age. Staffieri estimates that most 50-year-olds need 200-500 less per day than they did in their 20s and 30s. Weight gained in middle age also tends to clump around the belly, which increases the risk for heart disease and metabolic disorders, she said. And there’s a lot of stress in the 50s and 60s, as aging parents sicken, children still need support, and the financial demands of retirement loom, said Mireille Blacke, a dietitian-nutritionist and bariatric center program coordinator at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford. “The easiest place to stop taking care of yourself is with food and nutrition,” Blacke said. Sleep, too, often gets short-shrift, which can affect metabolism and make it harder to lose weight, she said.
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