• Senior Health

    Healthy aging is not a myth. You and your body have been together for a long time, and as you have gotten older (and wiser), you know the importance that good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle can make in your daily life. 

    Good nutrition can play a role in reducing your risk of age-related conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke,osteoporosis, and other chronic diseases.

    Protein is needed to maintain muscles. Complex carbohydrates, like those found in vegetables and whole grains, are the body's preferred energy source, and a good source of fiber. Good fats, like those found in olive oils, avocados, and nuts, also provide energy to the body. 

    People over the age of 50 have different vitamin and mineral needs than younger people do. As we age, some have trouble absorbing vitamin B12, naturally found in food like fish, meat, and dairy products. Calcium, found in milk and leafy green vegetables, works with vitamin D to keep bones strong. (Bone loss in older women and men can lead to fractures.) Vitamin B6, found in potatoes and bananas, is important to form red blood cells. Vitamin A supports vision, and omega-3 essential fatty acids support cardiovascular function. 

    Healthy aging is not a myth. You and your body have been together for a long time, and as you have gotten older (and wiser), you know the importance that good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle can make in your daily life. 

    Good nutrition can play a role in reducing your risk of age-related conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke, more >

  • osteoporosis, and other chronic diseases.

    Protein is needed to maintain muscles. Complex carbohydrates, like those found in vegetables and whole grains, are the body's preferred energy source, and a good source of fiber. Good fats, like those found in olive oils, avocados, and nuts, also provide energy to the body. 

    People over the age of 50 have different vitamin and mineral needs than younger people do. As we age, some have trouble absorbing vitamin B12, naturally found in food like fish, meat, and dairy products. Calcium, found in milk and leafy green vegetables, works with vitamin D to keep bones strong. (Bone loss in older women and men can lead to fractures.) Vitamin B6, found in potatoes and bananas, is important to form red blood cells. Vitamin A supports vision, and omega-3 essential fatty acids support cardiovascular function. 

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