How to deal with aging symptoms

Are you over 60 year, have aging symp­toms or are a Vata typol­o­gy?
Do you want to live a long, healthy life with a func­tion­al body?
Then read this:
‑The third age of our life is in Ayur Veda the age of the Vata tem­pera­ment.
The old­er we gets the more our tis­sues dry out, this result in osteo­poro­sis, dry skin, dry nerves wish lead to insta­bil­i­ty and lack of bal­ance. To nour­ish your tis­sues you need to eat what you lack, and that is food rich in healthy oils and oth­er creamy and cooked foods.What foods har­mo­nize Vata and are ben­e­fi­cial when over 60 or have symp­toms of aging?
Vatas ben­e­fit from heavy, rich, oily foods in order to har­mo­nize the nat­ur­al sense of dry­ness and insta­bil­i­ty. The best tastes to paci­fy Vata are sweet, salty, and sour (ex. grains, fish, cit­rus fruits). Foods to be avoid­ed are pun­gent, bit­ter, or astrin­gent (ex. chili, green sal­ads, cof­fee). Cooked veg­eta­bles are best. Raw veg­eta­bles should be min­i­mized. Aspara­gus, beets, squash, pota­to and car­rots are high­ly rec­om­mend­ed. Oth­er veg­eta­bles may be tak­en in mod­er­a­tion if eat­en with extra vir­gin olive oil, are: peas, broc­coli, cau­li­flower, zuc­chi­ni, and sweet potatoes.Sweet, heavy fruits such as bananas, avo­ca­dos, man­goes, apri­cots, plums, berries, coconut, figs, grape­fruit, orange, lemon, mel­ons, papaya, peach­es, pineap­ples, rhubarb, kiwi, dates, nec­tarines and dried fruits are acceptable.Rice is an excel­lent cere­al for Vatas.Nuts are always wel­come, as well as warm­ing spices such as car­damom, cumin, gin­ger, cin­na­mon, salt, cloves, mus­tard seed, basil, cilantro, fen­nel, oregano, sage, tar­ragon, thyme, and black pep­per. [Anna Pihlgren]