Health and Wellbeing TipsIt has been observed that older people, especially the ones above their 50s, have a higher risk of developing chronic diseases than younger ones. And studies have shown that there is roughly a 52% higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases for men, and 39% for women above their 50s. Putting a full stop on certain foods after age 50 can potentially reduce the chance of developing a number of chronic diseases, in addition to increasing life expectancy. So, what are those foods? Let’s learn in this video.
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