Nutrition for Aging and Chronic Diseases Report

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With the forecast of population growth over the age of 60 and with the economic and health implications, it is necessary to create strategies to prevent the development of chronic diseases.

As adults age, they are at risk for “nutritional frailty,” which can compromise the ability to meet nutritional needs. This report gives the perspective that the basis for the population’s health is nutrition and its importance in all stages of life. In this way, the industry must soon consider increasingly involving science, mainly nutrigenomics, so that they can develop innovative products in the area of fortified and functional foods.

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