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There’s no question about it: Our bodies change as we age. In turn, we have very different nutritional needs than teenagers, children, and even middle-aged adults. Age-related changes can affect how your body processes food, which influences your dietary needs and affects your appetite. These are some of the changes:
A healthy diet packed with vital nutrients can help ward off potential health problems that are common in senior citizens, like constipation, heart problems, diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. Nutritious foods will also help you maintain a healthy weight and can work wonders for your energy level.
The USDA Food Guide My Plate Plan: This plan offers tips for building a healthy, balanced diet, including:
Sourced from EVERYDAYHEALTH.COM
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