Nutrition for Seniors
Healthy eating is important at any age, but becomes even more so as we get older. Your diet can either support or undermine your emotional and physical health as you move into midlife and beyond. These articles explore how different food choices can impact your health and well-being.
As you get older, eating well can help improve mental acuteness, boost your energy levels, and increase your resistance to illness. But eating well is about more than just the food that you eat.
By using these simple tips, you can cut through all the confusing nutrition advice out there and learn how to create a tasty, varied diet that is as good for your mind as it is for your body.
By understanding the difference between good and bad fats and how to include more healthy fat in your diet, you can improve your mood, boost your energy and well-being, and even lose weight.
They’re the comfort foods we crave when we’re feeling down or stressed, but simple or refined carbohydrates cause rapid spikes in blood sugar, fluctuations in mood and energy, and a build-up of fat.
Choosing the right food can not only support your mood, boost your energy, and help you maintain a healthy weight, it can also be a huge support through the different stages in a woman’s life.
Calcium is an essential building block for lifelong bone health in both men and women, and not getting enough in your diet can contribute to anxiety, depression, and sleep difficulties.