Eat plenty of vegetables and fruits.
Ensure moderate use of edible oils and animal foods.
Right dietary choices and adequate nutrition are a must to stay healthy
Avoid overeating, exercise regularly, restrict salt intake and eat food that is hygienic.
Adopt right pre- cooking processes and appropriate cooking methods.
Drink plenty of water, minimise the use of processed foods, include micro-nutrientrich foods in the diets of elderly people.
CHECK AGAINST EXCESS
Eat a balanced diet. Have food that has just adequate energy and eat vegetables.
Adopt a healthy lifestyle with at least moderate physical activity.
Screen for over- nutrition whenever you go for a health check- up.
Use BMI for early detection of over- nutrition.
Seek personalised advice regarding modification of dietary intake and lifestyle.
Monitor improvement and avail of focused care in modifying lifestyle.