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Wednesday, February 26, 2020
When it comes to getting all of the nutrients you need on a daily basis, the process is complicated. What things should you avoid and what should you eat more of? What does organic really mean anyway? Things get even more complicated when you add your age to the mix.
“So many things change as our bodies age and develop,” SouthCoast Health Dietitian Rebekah Laurance stated. “The same is certainly true for our food needs. To keep up with our health, energy levels, and happiness, we have to be willing to adapt our diets.
To learn how your diets should change as you age, keep reading.
Want to stay happy, healthy, and ready to face whatever challenges come your way? Take a look at the following diet tips to follow as you grow older.
If you have any more questions about how your diet should change as you age, click here to schedule an appointment with an expert at SouthCoast Health or give us a call at 912-691-3600.
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