August 1996 Issue
EN's Nutrition Advice for Women of "A Certain Age"
By the year 2010, women will break the 80-year old barrier; the average American woman will live to 81. As increasing numbers of female baby-boomers cross the 50 mark, preventive medicine and nutrition will become more important than ever. As women age, they contend with concerns beyond the effects of menopause. They face increased risk of chronic diseases, such as osteoporosis, cancer, heart disease and cataracts. While no one doubts good nutrition can
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