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Be safe today as you gather with friends and family to ring in the new year. As you sit making out your new year resolutions please keep me in mind for your weight loss and nutrition needs for the upcoming year. I am ready to help you reach your goals and show you how to make this years resolutions the one’s you actually keep.
Men and women are living longer, enjoying energetic and active lifestyles well into their 80s and 90s. Study after study confirms eating well and being active can make a dramatic difference in the quality of life for older adults.
Really like watching TV, try dancing to the music when you tune into your favorite music show, or practice some stress-relieving cardio boxing when your least favorite reality contestant is on camera.
People of all ages need protein for strong, healthy bodies. Some older adults do not get the protein they need to maintain muscle mass, fight infection and recover from an accident or surgery. Chewing protein foods such as meat or chicken also can be a problem for some older adults. Our shakes offer 23 grams of protein that can help supplement what they may not be getting.
The golden years are definitely not the time for extreme diets or drastic weight loss. Your goal should be to eat better while eating less. Fad diets frequently eliminate entire food groups, which can lead to serious nutrient gaps. Rapid weight loss often leads to a loss of lean body mass, exactly the opposite of what older people need for good health.
As adults age, they need fewer total calories, but more nutrients, especially protein, B-vitamins and calcium. In terms of nutrition, you need to focus on quality not quantity. All your food choices, for every food group, need to be power-packed with more nutrients per calorie. For both optimal physical and mental health, older adults truly need to make every calorie count.