What you need to be healthy at 20 is not what you need to stay healthy at 60. Your needs for vitamins and minerals change, your workout routine and your daily diet must also be adjusted as you age. So what worked for you in the past… may not be what will work for you now. Dr. Liz Applegate director of sports nutrition, University of California at Davis will tell you what is essential to each age group to make the most of your body. She explains what fortified foods are right for your age group as well as what’s important to get more of, and to eliminate from your health routine. More about Dr. Liz Applegate: Dr. Liz Applegate, a nationally renowned expert on nutrition and fitness, is the director of sports nutrition and faculty member for the nutrition department at the University of California at Davis. Her enthusiasm and informal style make her undergraduate nutrition classes the nations largest with enrollments exceeding 2,000 annually. She received the Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of California as well as the ASUCD Excellence in Education Award. Dr. Applegate is the author of several books including, Nutrition Basics for Better Health and Performance (Kendall-Hunt, 2004), Bounce Your Body Beautiful (Three Rivers Press 2003), Encyclopedia of Sports and Fitness Nutrition (Three Rivers Press, 2002), Eat Smart, Play Hard (Rodale Press, 2001) and 101 Miracle Foods That Heal Your Heart (Prentice Hall Press, 2000). She has written over 300 articles for national magazines and is a nutrition editor and columnist for Runners World magazine. Dr. Applegate is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism. She is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine, co-chair for the Coalition for a Healthy and Active America and a member of the Sports and Cardiovascular Nutritionists, a practice group of the American Dietetics Association. She frequently serves as a keynote speaker at industry, athletic and scientific meetings. Dr. Applegate appears as an expert on international, national and local radio and television shows including the CBS Early Show, Good Morning America, as well as health segments on Discovery Channel, CNN and ESPN. She is frequently quoted in Shape, Fitness, Vogue, Mens Health, Better Homes and Gardens, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post and other national print media. She consults frequently for professional U.S. Olympic athletes and is the team nutritionist for the Oakland Raiders.