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Healthy and Fit in Retirement

Your food and physical activity choices affect your health—how you feel today, tomorrow, and in the future.

Sorting through the maze of nutritional and physical health care resources can be overwhelming. To help you get started, NEA’s Health Information Network recommends these sites:

•  American Diabetes Association – Offers recipes for healthy living, fitness management tips, a national calendar of events, and more.

•  U.S. Department of Agriculture – Offers tools such as the “SuperTracker,” a free online tool to help you plan, analyze, and track your diet and physical activity. The SuperTracker empowers consumers to build a healthier diet based on personal preferences that also meet nutritional needs and help you stay within your calorie allowance. 

•  Whole Grains Council – Learn more about whole grains and access recipes from soups and starters to snacks and desserts, and everything in between.

—Judy Greene

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