We are tired of his imaginary lectures about what to eat

Dear Amy: My husband and I are in our 80s, in good health, and blessed to have our three children and their families around. We see them all often.

One of our sons is always very careful about his diet and does the latest research on the healthiest foods.

Now, every time he goes, we get fancy lectures about what to eat and what not to eat, what to cut out, what research to study and what routines to incorporate into our lives.

He won’t let her go. We try to refuse this unpleasant “advice”, but it falls on deaf ears.

By the way, by most standards we eat a very healthy diet – very little meat, lots of vegetables and fruits, whole grains, and nuts. We add a little sugar. No caffeine or alcohol. And we exercise regularly.

We are happy to live like this for the rest of our days.


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