Nutrition and Healthy Aging

Choosing healthy foods may be a smart thing to achieve the ultimate goal of healthy and active maturing. Malnutrition is increasingly common within the older population. This can be a serious issue since malnutrition can be very terrible for health. Many individuals over the age of 65 are either under- or over-nourished. Among older individuals living in their own homes, almost 1 in 10 are suffering from under-nutrition. Many healthy older adults report that they skip at least one meal a day. For individuals over the age of 65 who become hospitalized, their risk of becoming undernourished may rise to as much as 60%. On the other hand, as much as one-third of individuals over the age of 65 endure from over-nutrition. That’s, they eat too much. The result could be a high rate of overweight and obesity in this age group.

  • Anti-aging foods
  • Changes in bone density
  • Changes in digestion
  • Changes in metabolism
  • Dehydration and Constipation
  • Malnutrition
  • Nutraceuticals
  • Nutrition for older adults
  • Sensory changes

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