- There is no shortage of diet books and healthy eating plans that claim to help you slim down and live a longer and healthier life.
- But healthy eating is surprisingly simple.
- To learn more about promoting and protecting your mobility for a healthy life, buy the Special Health Report from Harvard Medical School, Mobility and Independence.
You might be surprised to learn that what you eat affects your ability to move. There is no shortage of diet books and healthy eating plans that claim to help…
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The nutrients in the food you eat help your body build bone, power muscle, repair and replace tissues, and keep your brain active and your heart pumping.
Your diet also influences your chances of developing chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and osteoporosis — all of which can compromise your well-being and hinder your ability to live an active and independent life.