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The Importance of Fiber for Older Adults

The Importance of Fiber for Older Adults

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A proper diet and a healthy lifestyle are important for people of all ages, and dietary fiber is a particularly important part of a balanced diet as you age

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Tips For Reducing Inflammation For Seniors

Tips For Reducing Inflammation For Seniors

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One of the biggest challenges for people as we age is an increased risk of chronic inflammation and arthritis. If not treated properly, chronic inflammation can cause other health issues like heart disease, strokes, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.

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How Nutrition Can Improve Your Bone Health

How Nutrition Can Improve Your Bone Health

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As we get older, our bones can become more brittle and weak. Osteoporosis may set in and cause serious problems like breaks and fractures. Here are a few proactive ways to ensure your bones stay healthy and strong as you age.

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Why Seniors Should Eat Whole Grains for a Healthy Diet

Why Seniors Should Eat Whole Grains for a Healthy Diet

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You may already know that grains are essential for a healthy diet, but have you ever wondered whether you’re eating the right ones? Whole grains are the complete package when it comes to improving your health, especially for seniors, which is why it’s important to start incorporating them into your daily diet.

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How Your Dietary Habits Can Help Prevent Gout

How Your Dietary Habits Can Help Prevent Gout

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As we age, our likelihood of developing various conditions tends to increase — and gout is no exception. Gout, a type of arthritis characterized by painful flare-up of the joints, is caused by the buildup of uric acid crystals. While gout occurs most often in the joints of the big toe, it can affect any joint.

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