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Debunked! 7 Common Senior Nutrition Myths

Eat your vegetables. Drink plenty of water. Grains are great. An apple a day keeps the doctor away. And whatever you do, eat a balanced diet that takes a little from each of the five food groups. These are just a few of the rules about eating that many people learn as children. And for the most part, they work pretty well -- for kids. But as people age, their nutritional needs change.
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