What Do Elderly People Like to Eat?

Elderly People eat

Specific foods can benefit the aging population and help them maintain their mental, emotional, and physical health. While eating a particular type of food cannot help prevent dementia r cure a disease, a healthy diet rich in nutritious food should be a part of the elderly’s daily menu.

Foods that older adults should eat include:

  • Fruits (especially berries and dark skin fruits)
  • Vegetables (leafy green veggies)
  • Grains
  • Cold-water fish (rich in omega-3 fatty acids)
  • Eggs (B vitamin that benefits memory and promotes stress management)
  • moderate amounts of dark chocolate (full of antioxidants that may prevent heart attacks and decrease the risk of stroke)
  • Coffee (can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s, stroke, heart, and respiratory disease).

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