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AgePage: Healthy Eating After 50

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  • Website: National Institute on Aging
  • Resource type: Fact sheet

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With age, eating can become difficult for some and getting enough nutrients from food can become problematic. Use this resource to learn about what nutrients and vitamins you should be getting from your food and tips on how to achieve these nutritional goals.

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healthy aging, independence, balanced diet, budget

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Rated on: 1/18/2019 1:54:07 PM

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