Are you part of the 50+ Boomer/Senior generations and concerned with your dietary health challenges such as high cholesterol, hypertension, heart disease or elevated A1C? If so, you've definitely come to the right place!
Food Over 50 is here to tempt you with valuable nutritional information and healthy, flavorful recipes that focus on our dietary wellness and longevity.
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Did you Know?
Sugar and saturated fat trigger your body to make more of its own cholesterol.
About 75% of the sodium added to our diets comes from processed foods, not the salt shaker.
Fattier fish such as salmon, mackerel & anchovies are great sources of Omega 3 fatty acids.
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Fancy some healthier breakfast options, like deliciously Dirty Eggs, a sizzling Garden Skillet or sumptuous Slow Oats? Does Ambrosia Tropicale, Berry & Quinoa Salmagundi, or Pisto Manchego sound exotically & nutritiously appetizing? Would leaner, higher ﬁber comfort foods like Fireside Chili, Meatloaf & Mash, Sweet Corn Hash & Turkey Noodle Soup tickle our tastebuds?
I can’t tell you how many people have been converted from beet haters to beet eaters thanks to this great recipe. It takes a little time and preparation to roast the main ingredient, but the results are very much worth
Sweet and savory ﬂavors are amazing, especially when the recipe is fresh, quick and easy to prepare. This salad recipe with cantaloupe, seedless red ﬂame grape, celery and walnuts is exactly that. It’s refreshingly sweet and savory, crisp and crunchy,
With less rice and a light spray of low sodium lemon-soy, this remarkably tasty Nori-Maki is just what the doctor order for subtracting salt! Print Recipe Nori Maki Sushi Course Main Dish, Side dish Cuisine Japanese Keyword Subtracting Sodium Prep
Classic parsley, tomato and bulgar salad, known as Tabbouleh, or Taboulie, is prepared exquisitely by our American Public Television cooking show colleague, Julie Taboulie of Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen. We can’t improve on her version and we wouldn’t even try.