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Avocados are a wonder food for older adults. Full of fiber and other top-notch nutrients, eating avocado is a very good idea, especially as we get older.
Adding almonds into your diet (unsalted are best) can lower your risk for heart disease and improve cholesterol levels, making them a great all-around snack for older adults.
If your knees ache when you run, consider incorporating strength training exercises into your workout routine. Here are five easy lower body exercises to try.
Recent research shows we’re having sex well into our 70s and 80s. Now if we could just chat about it more openly with our partners, doctors and friends.
Dates are high in calories, carbs and naturally occurring sugars, making the dried fruit a good pre-workout energy source for active older adults.
As we get older, it’s increasingly important to make sure we eat healthy meals, starting with breakfast. Smoothie bowls are a great option: they’re healthy and easy to make.
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