Over 75? You CAN have your cake and eat it as a poor diet makes no difference to your health

Get to 75 and you can eat what you like: Poor diet makes no difference to your health If you live to 75, your diet is unlikely to make much difference to your health afterwards, say expertsCompared elderly people who followed high-fat, high-sugar or healthy diet By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 17:35 GMT, 17 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:22 GMT, 18 January 2013 Many of us spend decades trying to overcome our food demons by avoiding fast food restaurants and resisting the dessert tray.

Having children does not encourage parents to eat healthier

Having children does NOT encourage parents to eat more healthily Couples 'may be influenced by fussy children' | UPDATED: 10:12 GMT, 1 May 2012 Parents are known for nagging their children to eat their greens, but a new study has found they don't apply their healthy eating advice to their own plates.

Over-eating in old age can double the chance of memory loss

How eating too much could double risk of memory loss Consuming 2,100 to 6,000 calories can cause cognitive impairmentA low calorie diet could keep the mind sharp Watch what you eat: Consuming 2,100 to 6,000 calories a day could trigger memory problems in elderly people, a new study has found (picture posed by models) Overeating could more than double the risk of memory loss among elderly people, a study has found.