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Content tagged with “Healthy Aging”

3 Ways to Beat Your Age
A poor diet and couch-potato tendencies are two ways to accelerate aging—but they’re not the only behaviors that can...
Eat for Your Eyes
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Keep an Eye on Spinach
Nearly two decades ago, optometrist Stuart Richer noticed something funny about patients who began taking multivitamins...
7 Health and Nutrition Tips for Feeling Young
Feel younger and more energized with our healthy tips to keep you feeling young. From eating more leafy greens to...
3 Reasons to Run (or Walk) for Your Life
You’ve heard it before: regular exercise—nothing more strenuous than a brisk half-hour walk most days of the week—...
Antidotes for Aging Parts
From your head to your toes and in between, here’s what to eat to help ward off aging starting in your twenties and...
The Search for the Anti-Aging Diet
“What’s the secret to a long and healthy life?” When I asked my great-grandmother that question on the occasion of her...
The Secret To Better Memory
Fat, suggests a new study, may be the secret to remembering important things—like where you put your keys or how to...
Keep an eye on fat
Keep an eye on fat. As you age, your metabolism slows, and so your calorie needs decrease. Fat is relatively high in...
Mix foods and meds mindfully
Mix foods and meds mindfully. Food, alcohol and dietary supplements can interact with prescription drugs, changing the...
Go fish for healthy vision
Go fish for healthy vision. Some research shows that people who have a higher dietary intake of foods containing omega-...
Fill up on fresh fruit
Fill up on fresh fruit. Unfortunately, constipation often becomes more common as you age—but filling up on fiber and...
Write what you bite
Write what you bite. If middle-aged spread is creeping up on you—literally—try writing down what you eat in a food...
Start the calcium count in the morning
Start the calcium count in the morning. The risk for osteoporosis increases with age, but getting enough calcium (1,200...
Iron out changes in recommended nutrient intakes
Iron out changes in recommended nutrient intakes. After menopause, women need only 8 mg of iron each day (same as what...
Keep things moving with fiber.
Keep things moving with fiber. As we age, nerve cells that control muscles that move food through the digestive tract...
Healthy Aging: FAQs
Your healthy aging questions answered.
Can Vitamin C Save Your Skin?
Searching for a way to look young for your age? Hit the produce aisle, suggests new research in the American Journal of...
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