By Sunrise Senior Living |
September 28, 2015
Good senior nutrition starts with breakfast. The first meal of the day is important because it sets the tone for the hours that follow. The Mayo Clinic said adults who eat healthy breakfasts are more likely to eat less fat and cholesterol, get more vitamins and minerals and have a stable weight. The clinic further stated that a healthy breakfast is one that consists of fruits and vegetables, lean protein, low-fat dairy, and whole grains.