Health; Choosing Healthy Meals

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Tips for taking healthy meals

Choosing a healthy meal, not all meal are heathy to your health, according to physician, though there some thar are generally healthy for everyone, let’s take a look at them

1. Drink plenty of liquids šŸ·

With age, you may lose some of your sense of thirst.Ā Drink water often. Low-fat or fat-free milk or 100% juice also helps you stay hydrated. Limit beverages that have lots ofĀ added sugarsĀ or salt. Learn which liquids are healthier choices.

2. Make eating a social event šŸ‘©ā€šŸ‘©ā€šŸ‘¦ā€šŸ‘¦

Meals are more enjoyable when you eat with others. Invite a friend to join you or take part in a potluck at least twice a week. A senior center or place of worship may offer meals that are shared with others. There are many ways to make mealtimes pleasing.

3. Plan @healthy meals šŸ„—

Find trusted nutrition information fromĀ ChooseMyPlate.govĀ and theĀ National Institute on Aging. Get advice onĀ what to eat,Ā how much to eat, andĀ which foods to choose, all based on theĀ Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Find sensible, flexible ways to choose and prepare tasty meals so you can eat foods you need.

4. Know how much to eat šŸ‹

Learn to recognize how much to eat so you can controlĀ portion size. When eating out, pack part of your meal to eat later. One restaurant dish might be enough for two meals or more.

5. Vary your vegetables.
Include a variety of different colored, flavored, and texturedĀ vegetables. Most vegetables are a low-calorie source of nutrients. Vegetables are also a good source of fiber.

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6. Eat for your teeth and gums šŸ˜¬šŸ¦·

any people find that theirĀ teeth and gumsĀ change as they age. People with dental problems sometimes find it hard to chew fruits, vegetables, or meats. Donā€™t miss out on needed nutrients! Eating softer foods can help. Try cooked or canned foods like unsweetenedĀ fruit, low-sodium soups, or canned tuna.

7. Use herbs and spices šŸŒæ

Foods may seem to lose their flavor as you age. If favorite dishes taste different, it may not be the cook! Maybe yourĀ sense of smell, sense of taste, or both have changed.Ā MedicinesĀ may also change how foods taste. Add flavor to your meals with herbs and spices.

8. Keep food safe šŸ›”

Donā€™t take a chance with your health. AĀ food-related illnessĀ can be life threatening for an older person. Throw out food that might not be safe. Avoid certain foods that are always risky for an older person, such as unpasteurizedĀ dairyĀ foods. Other foods can be harmful to you when they are raw or undercooked, such as eggs, sprouts, fish, shellfish, meat, or poultry.

9. Read the Nutrition Facts label šŸ„«

Make the right choices when buying food. Pay attention to importantĀ nutrientsĀ to know as well as calories, fats, sodium, and the rest of theĀ Nutrition Facts label. Ask your doctor if there are ingredients and nutrients you might need to limit or to increase.

10. Ask your doctor about vitamins or supplements šŸ’Š

Food is the best way to get nutrients you need. Should you takeĀ vitaminsĀ or other pills or powders with herbs and minerals? These are calledĀ dietary supplements. Your doctor will know if you need them. More may not be better. Some can interfere with your medicines or affect your medical conditions.

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