Healthy living for older people
As we get older, our lifestyle and our bodies change. This means we need to pay extra attention to what we eat. But eating healthily needn’t mean giving up your favourite foods. When it comes to receiving the right nutrients in the right quantities, variety and balance are key.
Studies have shown that eating a healthy diet and being physically active can be more influential than genetics when it comes to avoiding some of the problems and illnesses associated with ageing, so it pays to stock up the pantry with the right foods.
Making even the smallest changes to your diet can have dramatic effects on your health and happiness and help your body fight back against everything from depression and weight gain, to constipation, diabetes and heart disease.
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