Not everyone is equal in the face of aging
Genetic and environmental factors can influence the aging process, as can lifestyle. Diet in particular plays an important role in the focus on aging well. If they have not already, people in their fifties owe it to themselves to adopt good behaviors to manage the multiple changes linked to aging. By doing so, they can journey through old age with the advantages that will help them avoid malnutrition, a scourge that has become a cause for concern among elderly populations, both for those who live at home and in senior facilities.
In these few pages, the Louis Bonduelle Foundation summarizes the nutritional keys for successful aging that pushes away the specter of malnutrition.