Elder Care in Bellaire TX: 4 Reasons to Buy Fruits and Vegetables from the Farmer’s Market


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4 Reasons to Buy Fruits and Vegetables from the Farmer’s Market

Elder Care in Bellaire TX

Elder Care in Bellaire TXDiet and exercise are paramount for your senior parent. Eating the right foods won’t just help them feel better, but it will keep their body healthier for longer. Doctors recommend a diet rich with fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Food that is high in fiber, but low in sugar and sodium. Your local grocery store is sure to have a wide selection of fruits and vegetables that taste delicious and are nutritious, but you may want to consider buying at your local farmer’s market.

  1. When you buy your fruits and vegetables from the local farmer’s market, your money is going to your neighbor. Someone who is part of your community, instead of a large corporation run by people you’ve never met before. When you buy from farmers, you have the benefit of being face to face with the person who has grown the food you’re eating. You can also ask them how they grow their food and find out if they use growing methods you don’t agree with, or feel safe to allow your family to eat. You don’t get that option when you buy from chain grocery stores.

  2. The fruits and vegetables haven’t been shipped from other states or other countries, so they are fresher and taste better. 

  3. When you go to the farmer’s market it’s a chance to get out in the sunshine and interact with people. Social engagement is an important part of your parent’s elderly care. Not only do they have an opportunity to talk face to face with the people who are growing their food, they also get to talk with other customers. They can find out if there’s a grower who a favorite, where to get the best local food from, whose grapes taste the best. Some farmer’s markets have musicians come out and play for the customers, so the atmosphere is often festive.

  4. The produce is less expensive than the produce you buy at chain grocery stores. You can also find food that you cannot find at a grocery store. For instance, say the farmer wanted to try a new kind of grape and see what customers thought, or a different kind of kale.

The farmer’s market is an excellent way to buy produce while doing something positive for your loved one’s emotional wellness. Eating the fresher and tastier produce from the farmer’s market will also do wonders for their physical health. When produce tastes better, you eat more of it.

The staff at SYNERGY HomeCare are available to talk with you and your family about all of your elder care needs. SYNERGY HomeCare is an elder care agency providing quality and affordable elder care in Bellaire, TX and the surrounding areas. Call us for more information at 713-396-5211.

Mike Willett
Mike Willett

Michael Willett is the owner of the Synergy HomeCare Central Houston office, but is also the Regional Director for Synergy HomeCare in South Texas.  He currently acts as the owner and co-administrator of his owned & operated Synergy HomeCare franchise, but also develops the Synergy HomeCare franchise throughout Texas.  Mr. Willett joined Synergy HomeCare in August of 2006 and has built a very successful franchise over the past seven years.  Synergy HomeCare now has seven locations in Houston/Beaumont, Texas region, and plans to expand into several additional Texas markets within the next 12 months. Prior to his entrepreneurial venture into Synergy HomeCare, Mr. Willett was a portfolio manager for a Houston-based Investment Management firm.

Specialties: Mr. Willett is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Petroleum Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines.  After graduating from undergraduate school in 1993, Mr. Willett accepted a position as an analyst within the Valuation Service Group of Price Waterhouse in Chicago, Illinois.  Mr. Willett spent three years in financial consulting before transitioning into the world of investment management.

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