Matching Age to Eating Habits

There is nothing so frustrating to many aging Americans as not being able to eat the way they used to when they were younger. Not that they want to go back to eating cheeseburgers and fries two or three a week for lunch, Ramen noodles for dinner or super cheap snacks throughout the day like they did in their college or high school days. But most would agree that there are times it would be nice to wolf down a big meal of steak and baked potatoes, along with a desert after dinner. The reality of aging is that most seniors eventually find they can't tolerate many foods they had no problem with when younger. As people age, the intestine (the microbiome) changes right along with them and food

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