Eating Well

  1. A Look at Senior Nutrition

    Although older adults still need plenty of fruits and vegetables, whole grains and fiber, they need to add or subtract a few things from the diet they followed earlier in life.

  2. As You Age, Be Aware of B12 Deficiency

    Getting too little vitamin B12 may leave you feeling fuzzy in your thinking and lead to numbness or tingling in your hands and feet.

  3. Choose My Plate Shapes a Healthier Senior Diet

    It is important to control the portion size of even nutrient-rich foods to avoid consuming too many calories. Most people need fewer calories as they grow older and their activity level decreases.

  4. For Seniors: How About Losing Weight Today?

    Some weight gain is unavoidable, because as the body ages, body fat increases as lean muscle mass and bone mass decrease. Body weight increases until you reach age 60, when it begins to decline.

  5. Got Nutrients?

    As we grow older and our bodies and lifestyles change, our nutritional needs change, as well.

  6. Have Meals Lost Their Appeal?

    Your loss of appetite may be because of anxiety or depression, aging, medications or a health concern.

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