Nutrition for Active and Healthy Ageing
Proportion Foods - Nutrition for Active and Healthy Aging

Nutrition for Active and Healthy Aging

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THE LARGEST SEGMENT OF OUR POPULATION WILL SOON BE THOSE OVER 55

Getting the right nutrition, along with regular exercise, is essential to our wellbeing; whether recovering from illness  or simply seeking to maintain good health.

As we get older our nutrition needs change too. For example, did you know that our protein requirement generally increases and that some proteins are more easily digested than others? Read more about protein nutrition.

Our purpose is to empower people to stay active and to live a full life by applying our knowledge of nutrition and science to the creation of great-tasting food that supports healthy aging.

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CONNECTING THE MOLECULES OF NUTRITION, SCIENCE AND HEALTH

We are dedicated to creating foods that can have a positive impact on health. With over 15 years’ experience working alongside healthcare dietitians, nutritionists and scientists, you can be sure that our products have been developed with your specific nutritional needs in mind.

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Is plant protein as good for muscles as animal protein?

January 8, 2019

Animal protein – particularly whey powder – is popularly endorsed as the best source of amino acids for boosting muscle

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Protein could help mitigate disability in ageing

December 16, 2018

A new study has found that adults over 84 years who eat more protein are less likely to suffer disability,

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More evidence linking lifestyle to dementia risk

December 7, 2018

New research adds to growing evidence that dementia can be prevented or delayed with modifiable lifestyle factors.   Researchers followed

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