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Age can also bring with it some real weight struggles, like the stubborn middle-age spread and what feels like a sluggish metabolism. Meeting nutritional needs as you age may require an adjustment in lifestyle, including what you eat and how you exercise. Here are some things to keep in mind as you get closer to the golden years: 1. Quality nutrition is key for everyone. As we age though, our appetites change, so it becomes especially important.
Why do appetites change as we age? There are several reasons, including: Changes in metabolism: We move less and our metabolism slows. That reduces the energy our body spends, so we do not need as much “fuel” for our bodies.
Myth: Since my metabolism is slower, I need to eat less. Not necessarily, Farrell says. As you age, it may be harder for your body to take in and use vitamins and minerals like vitamin B12. The number of calories you need each day drops slightly as you age, yet most people keep eating the same amount of food.
The government’s dietary guidelines advise that you burn approximately 200 fewer daily calories after age 50. So, if you’re a 50-year-old who eats like a 40-year-old, you could gain more than a pound of body fat each month. Every week new so-called “health findings” are discovered and announced on the evening news, but many only serve the purpose of increasing ratings. You shouldn’t try to follow every new health trend, but there are several principles you should know. Here are 13 things that everyone needs to know about nutrition.
Nutrition and healthy eating is a multi-layered approach to wellness. Nourishment refers to the foods you eat to remain functioning. Nutrition, on the other hand, is the positive health benefits you get from the food you eat daily. 10 Things You Need to Know About Nutrition.
Fad diets. Superfoods. Cleanses. Read on to hear what our community of Dietitians wants you to know about nutrition to live your healthiest and happiest life.
Laura Ligos, MBA, helping you put the fun back in food and live your happiest and healthiest life at any age. If you find things need to be spiced up, try some olive oil, herbs like rosemary and thyme, garlic, onion, peppers, or mustard. Just stay away from the salt. Swipe to advance.
A diet built around depriving yourself of the things you love, will never last. If you love chocolate or chips or a steak, go ahead and indulge yourself. The key to a splurge is moderation. If you let yourself have a small treat every once in a while, you will be.
To make up for this shortfall, you must increase your intake of necessary nutrients, and cut down on your your calorie intake to avoid weight gain. 2. Manage your weight. Being overweight is a sign of improper nutrition – regardless of age.
In old age, it can be a serious health risk especially if you have a sedentary life style.
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