Picking a smart plan to help seniors lose weight


ST. LOUIS, Mo. — The Centers for Disease Control says there is a weight problem among seniors. In fact, 41-percent of seniors over the age of 60 are obese. Obesity can add to or worsen other health problems. How can seniors reverse that trend? Lindsay Johnson is a clinical dietician at Barnes-Jewish Extended Care.  She talks about what makes for a smart versus a potentially risky diet plan.

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