Eat healthy by age
Most people between the ages of 45 and 60 then realize how important it is for their bodies to regulate and supplement nutrition.
Therefore, it is necessary to make a reasonable estimate according to the disease and physical health.
For Alzheimer’s disease, it is recommended to consume foods containing antioxidant vitamin E, which can slow the development of symptoms; patients with hypertension should eat less salt and eat foods rich in potassium such as dried apricots, beans and dried fruits.
Increase the amount of fruits and vegetables in your diet and reduce your intake of meat. Reduce your intake by 30%.
60-65 years old has the same nutritional requirements as middle-aged people, but requires extra heat and vitamin D.
Elderly people consume adults. The proportion of protein and carbohydrates is similar to that of adults.
Magnesium and potassium in people over 65 years of age, and some elderly people also have vitamin C, iron, vitamin D, β-carotene and most B vitamins.
Recommended fruits, vegetables, vegetable oils, cellulose, oily fish and low-fat animal meat.