Nutrition and Older Adults

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For older adults, Angie Placeres, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, advises having a healthy plate whit fruits and vegetables of different colors, greens, protein which is about ¼ of the plate.
She recommends including enough calcium and vitamin D, especially if the woman is in menopause, because it increases the risk of osteoporosis.
About fats, the expert affirms it’s important to include monounsaturated fats. She advises a lot of fluids throughout the day, too.

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