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Incorporating antioxidants into your diet can be a big part of eating healthy as you age, and there are a number of ways to do so. One vegetable that you might not know the nutritional value of is the green pea. The World's Healthiest Foods reports the phytonutrients found in green peas hold numerous antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.
April 27 was National Prime Rib Day, and while this carnivore's delight is a succulent treat, a simple serving of the delicious meat could set you back 450 calories, according to LiveStrong.com. If you want to indulge in a little red meat, there are plenty of options that are not as bad for your health.
As cancer continues to be one of the biggest causes of death, many seniors are looking for ways to lessen their chances of getting a variation of the disease.
As you age, it's important to keep your body as healthy as possible. Bone density is a problem plaguing many seniors today, but it's possible for individuals to get the proper nutrients and ensure that diseases such as osteoporosis stay at bay.
Cinco de Mayo is tomorrow, giving us all a reason to throw a Mexican-themed get-together featuring some of our favorite dishes from the culture. Of course, a party would not be complete without guacamole for people to snack on.
We know that berries are nutritious, but new research is pointing to the fruits as a way for seniors to delay memory decline.
When choosing a meal, many seniors hope to get as many nutrients as possible out of one dish, as eating healthy is essential for a smooth aging process. One dish that is sure to help the body in a number of ways is scallops.
We're all aware of the benefits of incorporating fruits, vegetables and whole grains into your diet, but you may not realize the nutritional value of herbs. Sage is not only a tasty addition to a meal, but it also packs a number of nutrients.