1. Take an aspirin every day.

Experts warn that the daily use of aspirin for blood thinning is no longer standard medical advice.

  1. Avoid all carbohydrates.

Nutritionists believe that people over 50 can benefit from eating so-called healthy carbohydrates, especially before exercise. Presumably, it refers to cereals and fruits.

  1. Take a nap during the day.

Researchers say more than 40% of older adults have chronic sleep problems. And daytime sleepiness can worsen sleep at night.

  1. Take nutritional supplements to compensate for malnutrition.

Nutritionists clarify that some people may indeed need certain vitamins or supplements to manage a deficiency, but for the average healthy person, eating a diet high in fruits and vegetables provides all the essential vitamins and minerals.

  1. Avoid oil.

Healthy fats can help prevent heart disease and stroke. You should include avocados, olive oil, nuts, nut butters and seeds in your diet.

News cannot be equated with a doctor’s prescription. Consult an expert before making a decision.

Source: Ferra

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