Remember when you were a teenager and you could eat a huge bowl of cereal or two-minute noodles before dinner, and still be able wolf down everything (and stay scrawny)? Those were the days.
Comparing this to our adult eating habits and metabolism, it’s easy to see our nutritional and energy needs do change depending on our age.
Eating right for your age can help support our body’s functions and overall health, Jessica Spendlove
, accredited practising dietitian and athletic performance dietitian, told HuffPost Australia. But don’t worry, it’s not as restrictive or hard as it sounds. It’s just about making sure you’re getting enough of the right vitamins and minerals. Read more