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When it comes to eating right, you may have a difficult time adjusting to healthier food, particularly when you try to cut carbs from your diet. However, just because you're on a healthy eating regimen does not mean you need to omit pasta and bread from your diet completely. Just be smart about it.
As we age, we look for foods that will give us the most benefits per bite. People who are want a substantial dish may want to consider eating salmon, as the fish is packed with nutrients.
We know it's important to watch our weight, but sometimes Thanksgiving can make that a bit difficult. As seniors, we strive to get as many nutrients as possible with every sitting, and cooking your own dishes can help make that possible.
When we think of steel-cut oats, many of us imagine incorporating the ingredient into our breakfast regimen. While these dishes can be a tasty way to wake up in the morning, you can actually use steel-cut oats for other meals as well.
The summer brings about lots of fresh fruits and vegetables that make going to the farmer's market a real treat. But while some of these greens may look alluring, we're left stumped as to what to put them in.
Salads can be a great meal for seniors who are looking to keep off the pounds, but when it comes to building one, there are some things to watch out for.
Who doesn't love a big, juicy hamburger in the summertime? Chowing down on this all-American classic is enjoyable, but unfortunately that big hunk of red meat isn't exactly good for you. Sure, the occasional burger is fine every once in awhile, but eating a burger too often can have some adverse health effects.
Adults are often advised to restrict their calorie intake in an effort to lose weight, and this advice may be beneficial to any senior. New research from Washington University School of Medicine found that having a calorie-restricted diet could keep the heart younger.