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While it is true that older women need fewer than the FDA recommended 2,200 calories/day, no one should consume fewer than 1,500 calories per day. (Even in an attempt to lose weight.) As the body ages, there are also unique nutritional concerns. Cholesterol intake should be monitored due to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease (heart diseases and stroke.) High blood pressure can be controlled through a low-fat and low-salt diet. Fruits and vegetables are known to combat the risk of cancer, and can help regulate your digestive system. In addition, post-menopausal women should consult their doctor regarding calcium supplements to prevent osteoporosis. As always, see a physician for specific recommendations. (Source: excerpt from Aging -- Women Getting Older: NWHIC)

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