Healthy Eating For Baby Boomers

Are you a baby boomer? Baby boomers are people who were born after World War II, between 1946 and 1964. Today this generation holds many cultural, political, social and academic positions. In the US, baby boomers dominate the highest median household incomes. These are people who are busy with their various endeavors. That is why the issue of healthy eating is an important aspect in their lifestyle.

At this age, between 42 and 64, many health issues start to appear. Consulting a nutritionist may prove to be beneficial. A solid program of healthy food combination must be drawn up for baby boomers so they can continue tackling their demanding lifestyle.

Boost energy with foods such as pasta, rice, oatmeal, coffee, lentils, water, bananas, sardines, chocolate, steak, almond and yogurt. The thing here is, watch what you eat and everything in moderation. Excess has no place in your diet.

It is recommended too that you eat five small meals a day rather than three full meals. Reason for this is to boost metabolism because your body will get used to digesting your food most parts of the day. Starving yourself wouldn’t do any good because your body can sense it and will stop processing your food as well.

Meditate, calm your nerves and tap your inner strength. This will give you the feeling of well being. It will also help you focus on healthy eating more. When you’re relaxed you don’t have to compensate for any bad mood. Remember those times when you got so depressed that you binge on that rich chocolate cake? You can’t afford to get lost in your fluctuating emotions now. There are health risks.

The right attitude towards your diet combined with moderate exercise can keep your health in check and increase the quality of your life. Do what’s best for you.

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-Stephanie