Healthy eating is the foundation of a healthy body. At every stay of your life - from early childhood to old age - good nutrition can make a difference in how you feel on a day-to-day basis and in the long-term. In this section, you will find helpful advice on how to achieve lifelong healthy nutrition for yourself, your children and your parents.
At different stages in life, we need to make sure our diet meets our body's needs. We will highlight different stages of life and show you the key changes that need to be made at different stages.
As you age, it becomes more difficult to digest and absorb certain nutrients. Thus, it is vital to have a varied diet of easy-to-digest, nutrient dense foods.
To ease the transtition during the menopause, there are lifestyle changes you can make.
As they go through major body changes, adolescents often develop ravenous appetites.
Carbohydrates provide the nutritional fuel needed during intense athletic exercise such as sprinting.
During the formative years of a child's life - particularly from birth through to puberty - it's important to track their growth.
Breast milk and infant formula are the most important sources of nutrition for babies.
Dietary needs vary in line with a child's stage of growth and development.
During pregnancy, you need more calories than usual - for yourself and for your growing baby.
Good nutrition and a balanced diet are essential for all new mothers, to help bounce back from the pregnancy and giving birth.
Your food choices throughout adulthood can help ensure good health into old age.
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