What Should be the Diet of 80 Years Old?

What Should be the Diet of 80 Years Old?

Proper nutrition in your 80s can help prevent common chronic diseases and bone fractures, keep up your energy levels and help sustain good mental health.

So, make sure to eat various healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and high fiber varieties, thoroughly cooked lean meat and fish, hard-boiled or boiled eggs, lentils and beans, and low-fat or fat-free dairy. Also, drink a lot of water to keep hydrated throughout the day.


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