What should be the diet for a retired person?
For a retired person health is a vital issue. What should be the daily diet for a retired person to maintain a good health?
Well I would asume this person will be over 55? In that case a diet that high in fibre and low in carbs would be good, plenty of bread/crackers and cerials, less foods like potatoes. A limited amount of proteins like egg and meat, the best foods are fish and vegetables for a person of that age. My Dad is retired and this is the diet he follows, he 82 and very heathly. I hope this helped you.
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