As people get into their 50’s and 60’s they tend to eat less. However, it is still difficult to lose weight. AARP’s new book, “The Whole Body Reset,” shows that protein is the secret to better health and more energy. Starting at the age of 60 or so, our metabolic rate begins to drop at a rate of 0.7 percent per year. And studies show that if seniors fail to get 25-30 grams of protein in the morning are likely to stay in muscle-loss mode all day. The AARP book recommends that women eat 25 grams of protein in the morning (and men 30) and have at least one daily snack with at least 7 grams of protein.