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Older Adults

Eating well for different life stages

Eating a varied and balanced diet that incorporates a plentiful range of nutrient and micronutrient rich foods is recommended for everyone, regardless of age. The same can be said for maintaining healthy, regular physical activity and mindset.

As we grow older however, is it important to factor in the metabolic and physiological changes that are happening within our bodies and to adapt our approach to eating and exercise accordingly. Factoring in these changes early, as we move through each decade of our life, can help lead to a longer, healthier existence, and have a better quality of life. We aim to help make you feel fantastic at forty and thrive at fifty and beyond.

UCU Performance Nutrition for Older Adults

Our approach to performance nutrition for older adults is with a view to helping you live a longer, healthier, and more fulfilled life. At UCU, we help you re-evaluate your current unique health and wellbeing requirements and look ahead towards the next phase of your life. We educate and empower you to plan and readdress how your physiology will change over time and help you understand how any nutritional and physical adaptations that you put in place now will benefit you in those later years.

Our team at UCU take a 360-degree holistic approach, creating unique plans tailored to your personal requirements that will not only help you maintain a healthy bone and muscle mass but a healthy functioning body and happy mind.

With 1-2-1 advice and support from our registered health and wellness practitioner, you have access to nutrition and dietary advice on ways to improve your agility and balance. Our guidance can help you readdress any underlying future health concerns, seeking early preventative intervention.

For more information about how we can help you stay happy and heathy please get in touch.

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5-13%

65+ years have low muscle mass

40%

of muscle mass present at 20 is lost by the time you're 80

1 in 3 women

will sustain one or more osteoporotic fractures in their life

  • Behavioural

Change coaching
  • Education
For older adults
  • Strength, balance and aerobic
Movement support