People aged 60 years and older now outnumber children under the age of 5. By 2050, 2 billion of the world’s population will be 60 or older (WHO). However, despite a greater life expectancy, healthy aging is not always a given. Beyond the absence of disease and disabilities, healthy ageing is about staying physically, mentally and socially active. That is the root of our belief in the importance of adequate nutrition and social interactions in living long healthy lives.
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