Everyone needs food to survive, but too many live with fear around food choices and become so completely overwhelmed with what they should or shouldn’t eat, that it’s easier for some to just pick on something light throughout the day to avoid the possible heartache.
It would be fair to say that feeling like this means food has got a strangle hold on you. Th will cause you unnecessary stress.
It’s time to take back your control. So how do you do that
In middle age, women’s bodies undergo physiological shifts that can have an impact on long-term health. Your metabolism is no longer as revved-up as it was when you were 20 or 30, your hormone levels are changing and your bones may be losing some density. After 50, the best diet for women is actually no “diet” at all, but rather a healthy daily eating plan that consists of whole foods to provide needed nutrients for the second part of life.
Confused by all the conflicting nutrition advice out there? These simple tips can show you how to plan, enjoy, and stick to a healthy diet.