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When it comes to eating healthy, seniors know it's important to stick to a dietary regimen. However, sometimes they may forget about their restrictions and dive right in.
Diabetes remains a prevalent issue among American seniors. According to the American Diabetes Association, 26.9 percent of all people over the age of 65 have the disease. Now, a new study is suggesting eating legumes may be a way to help manage the illness.
For some seniors, gout can be a painful part of getting older. The inflammatory arthritis affects more than 8.3 million Americans, and many may find themselves in need of assistance due to the pain.
Seniors know obesity can lead to problems that could affect their quality of life, which is why many pay close consideration to their diets. While there are a number of ways to do so, new research could have people feeling as though they've had to restrict themselves.
Seniors know the importance of maintaining good heart health. Although exercise can help with the cardiovascular system, it's also a good idea to include heart-healthy foods in one's diet to keep the organ working at its best.
Seniors understand the importance of eating right, as it's crucial for them to keep their bodies strong and healthy to live long and healthy lives.
When it comes to eating, our eyes are often bigger than our stomachs. However, in order to continue living a healthy lifestyle well into our senior years, we need to make sure we're not putting on excess weight due to poor dieting.
When it comes to sweets, not many people can resist the temptation at the end of a meal. However, new research may have seniors reaching for the dessert spoon first.