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Vitamin-rich diet tied to lower risk of frailty in older adults
by Lisa Rapaport
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23 August 2018
On 23 August 2018 Reuters reported:
Older adults who eat a balanced diet with lots of fruits and vegetables may be less likely to develop frailty than their peers who fail to get enough vitamins from their food, a Spanish study suggests.
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Still, the results add to growing evidence suggesting that the nutritional content of people's diets can influence their risk of frailty as they age, said Roger Fielding of the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University in Boston.
. .. A little exercise wouldn't hurt either.
'We know that exercise/regular physical activity can reverse/improve some of the components of the frailty syndrome and may reduce the risk of developing frailty,' Fielding said.
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