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A New “8 Health Tips for Seniors” Article Helps Old People Improve Their Overall Health Effectively – V-Kool
Date:12/4/2013

Seattle, Wa (PRWEB) December 04, 2013

The new “8 tips for seniors” article on the site Vkool.com delivers helpful tips on how to protect old people against disease and make them functionally younger by 10 years. At the beginning of the article, readers will learn how to choose healthy foods that contain various nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. The author recommends people that they should reduce the calorie intake to keep fit naturally. “Under eating slightly in the form of limited calorie intake is probably useful in the long run. We are constructed to be able to take periods of shortage of food,” says Carl-Johan Östgren, professor of General Medicine. After that, people will learn several low-intensity exercises to keep a healthy weight and simple tricks to prevent chronic diseases effectively. The writer also encourages people to do some physical activities, such as walking, water aerobics, and dancing. These activities can control their body weight, lower blood pressure, and strengthen their muscles for good. Next, the writing advises old people to create new hobbies that can balance their mood and improve their emotional health quickly.

In addition, this article takes people step-by-step through a process of discovering ways to stay connected, methods to keep their mind sharp, and manners to boost vitality. Moreover, the report provides people with innovative nutrition tips to increase their metabolism fast. Old people should eat plenty of bread, rice, potatoes, and whole grains to maintain a healthy and balanced diet. “Eating foods containing fibre might be good for your digestion.Constipation tends to become more of a nuisance as you get older, but fibre-rich
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