Retirement should be a golden chapter in your life, a well-deserved reward for years of hard work and dedication. As you embark on this exciting journey, it’s smart to prioritize optimal health as a cornerstone of your retirement planning. Neglecting your well-being can lead to unnecessary costs and hinder the enjoyment of your golden years. This column explores essential tips for aging well.
Food as Medicine: According to a recent study from the University of Cincinnati, incorporating strawberries and blueberries into your diet can improve memory and reduce the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s. Harvard researchers also found that consuming walnuts can add 1.3 years to your life. Do your research and try to embrace the concept of “food as medicine” to support your cognitive health and longevity in retirement.