Proper nutrition has a great influence on a body’s health at any age. The more important it is in our later days. Different foods supply different organs, that’s why a healthy diet should be diverse and broad regarding types of products.
For better memory and improved brain function choose: shellfish (Vitamin B12, iron, magnesium and potassium; good for brain function), salmon (Omega-3 fatty acids; good for heart and brain), avocado (different fatty acids; good for brain, nails and hair), eggs and almonds (choline; good for memory and stress management).
The following foods are necessary for elderly to maintain good bone health: milk with vitamin D, kale, yogurt and dandelion (add it to your recipes to get lots of calcium).
Healthy smile even at older age can be gained by consuming raisins, cooked spinach and raw broccoli.
Low-sugar foods help seniors prevent diabetes and avoid gaining unnecessary weight: whole grain breads, apples, low-fat yogurt and fresh vegetables.
With age eyesight may become dramatically weaker. These products may slow down eyesight worsening: garlic (contains a lot of sulfur, which produces a kind of antioxidant for the eye called glutathione), onion (also rich in glutathione), fish oil and walnuts.