Healthy Aging and Custom Meal Plans

If there is one thing that should trend all over the world, it should be healthy aging. Healthy aging involves a holistically healthy individual approaching the stage wherein he or she would start to feel a normal decline in the body processes. Unfortunately, one of the processes that would start its decline is our metabolism. Older adults have a slower metabolism, making losing weight an issue once again. Custom meal plans for weight loss are still readily available for people who are slowly reaching this stage in their lives and to get better workout results, a healthy meal should still be part of the norm. Despite your age, you can still get better workout results through our custom meal plans made just for you.

So how can one achieve healthy aging through Drishti Plan customized meal plans?

Watch your Weight

Everyone has their own metabolism type, and the older adult is probably one of the slowest. As the body ages, the lean muscles and our metabolism start to run out of fuel. Starting early in managing our weight goes a long way. Now that your metabolism is slowing down, we recommend that you should fill up with lower calorie and nutrient packed foods, especially vegetables and fruits.

Consume Healthy Fats

Carbohydrates and unnatural fats—not healthy, natural fats in the diet—make you fat.  But adequate intake of healthy fat to satisfy the appetite can serve to greatly enhance both quantity and quality of life. Among the best sources of omega-3 fatty acids are grass-fed or wild game meats and organ meats and cold-water, wild-caught fish such as salmon, herring, sardines, and mackerel. The best supplemental sources are high-quality fish and krill.

Effective Exercise

Over the last ten years, medical research has revealed that weight loss is much more sophisticated than our outdated preconceived notions about eating less and exercising more. We have found there are basic principles involved in metabolism that affect weight regulation to one degree or another based on your specific Metabolism Type. Sign up now for our Body Discovery Plan to learn more.

October 28, 2016 • Blog