As much of the Baby Boomer generation pushes past age 50, experts predict diet and nutrition concerns may begin to accelerate at a faster pace. The aging population likely will display more positive attitudes about diet and nutrition

This is where the lifecycle change into mid-life and influences the food and beverage industries, as baby boomers are seeking out dietary solutions to slow aging. In pursuit of the “Fountain of Youth,” more than ever before, we are seeking foods and beverages that promise longevity, as well as health and wellness.

Remember that it’s the quality of your life that counts. You are the only one that can make the changes to help you get healthy. You have only one life to live, so experience it.

American Dietetic Association
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Food and Nutrition Information Center (FNIC)
National Policy and Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging
Meals on Wheels Association of America
Baby Boomers Knowledge Library
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