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Örebro Studies in Sport Sciences 32 I ÖREBRO 2020 2020 PE TER ED HO LM M us cle m as s a nd ph ys ic al f un cti on i n a ge ing issn 1654-7535 isbn 978-91-7529-326-4

Muscle mass and physical

function in ageing

the effects of physical activity and healthy diet

PETER EDHOLM

Sport Science with a specialisation in Physiology/Medicine

Doctoral Dissertation PE TER ED HO LM M us cle m as s a nd ph ys ic al f un cti on i n a ge ing

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