Whole Foods for Seniors
Author: Kathleen O'Bannon CNC
As Kathleen O'Bannon CNC, a senior herself, explains, it is never too late to adopt a whole-foods way of eating. You will quickly feel the benefits of eliminating processed, barely nutritious food and replacing it was vital, living, whole food. You will be relieved of complaints you might have come to accept as a normal part of aging, including heartburn and acid reflux, high blood pressure, diabetes, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, prostate problems, menopause symptoms, low blood sugar.