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While many seniors try to diet, some may not see the results they desire. It's important for those entering senior living to know what they can do to keep off the extra pounds, and new research is suggesting it may be as simple as writing down what you eat.
When on a picnic with friends, it can be tempting to just reach for the chips and dessert, but it's important to fill yourself up with nutrients as well.
Women going through menopause can sometimes experience irritating, painful and frustrating symptoms, including hot flashes and night sweats. While this is common in aging, women should not have to suffer through these irritating side effects if they can be avoided.
New research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) could have people making changes to their diet.
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.
Seniors may notice that their metabolism has slowed down with age, but that doesn't mean they can't lose weight the healthy way. Eating a meal rich with protein could tell the brain a person is full quicker, eliminating the urge for a snack.
Seniors who are worried about their heart may try to incorporate as many heart-healthy nutrients into their diet as possible, and now new research could have them reaching for another cup of joe.
When heading to a cookout, seniors may want to sample a bit of everything. However, some side dishes can add up in calories and saturated fats. It's important that seniors make health-conscious decisions when choosing what to eat, and substituting healthier foods is a great plan.