3 Tips To Healthy Aging

Eat Well

Start things off with taking care of your body from the inside out.

Keeping a healthy gut can be as easy as including many whole-grains foods, fruits, veggies, and meats (or alternative protein sources).

Make sure you’re steering away from fast food and processed meals, which usually contain way more than the recommended sodium intake each day.

Keep Your Body Active

Live an active lifestyle early on! Practicing regular exercise will prove beneficial as you age, and you will find that you may be able to retain your independence for longer than the average senior.

Staying physically fit also helps to improve your mental health, and it works to prevent common ailments like heart disease, depression, and diabetes.

Maintain Your Cognitive Abilities

Keeping your mind stimulated is equally as important as keeping your body moving.

Research proves that keeping your cognitive abilities sharp will prolong any cognitive decline and can prevent Alzheimer’s Disease.

Engaging in activities like sudoku and word searches, or even physical activities like taking dance lessons or learning a new instrument, can help to keep your mind moving.

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