nutrition

A new study now suggests an association between healthy eating and better brain function. Check out the study below to learn about how you can protect your aging brain just by changing what you eat!

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Eating too much sugar can put seniors at risk for a variety of health problems, and most of the sugar they consume is hidden in foods they may eat every day.

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There are so many different diets today catering to many different people depending on their goals. The MIND diet focuses on eating “brain healthy” foods, like berries and green vegetables.

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Providers of elderly home care services often have clients who are at risk for or already suffer from osteoporosis.

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There's a popular anonymous quote that says, "The cardiologist's diet: If it tastes good, spit it out."

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Providers of elderly home care services are often responsible for creating a healthy lifestyle for their client, especially if the senior has other health concerns, including high cholesterol.

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Staying healthy over the holidays is hard for anyone to do, with all of the delicious food begging to be eaten and the cold weather keeping people indoors and a little more inactive.

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If you're an at-home senior care provider, and you think your client is at risk for developing Type-2 diabetes, here's how you can help them avoid it.

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Providers of elderly home care services are in charge of a variety of aspects of their clients' days, including feeding them three healthy meals.

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At home senior care providers can sometimes struggle to come up with new ideas for quick and healthy meals.

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As a provider of senior care services, you may be wondering what foods can help your clients live healthier lives.

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There are a variety of things seniors can do to help improve their memories like learn a language and get a good night's sleep.

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Certain snacks might help seniors sleep better each night.

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Senior care services can assist older adults with grocery shopping and meal preparation if they need to lose weight.

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Just because your hair may be a little gray and your joints a little creaky, it doesn't mean you have to give up the activities you love later in life.

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Proper nutrition is important at any age, but for seniors it can play an even bigger role in overall health. Including the right foods in an older adult's diet is a critical aspect of senior care.

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While eating ill-prepared or old food is not recommended for anyone, it's of greater importance that seniors, especially those with chronic illnesses, avoid these choices as they are at an increased risk of food poisoning when compared to the younger population.

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Nutritious meals are important for keeping seniors healthy, and focusing on meal preparation can be a great way to eat well. As we age, our metabolic rates slow and many older people are not consuming foods and beverages that contain sufficient nutrients. This can lead to chronic fatigue, depression and a weakened immune system. Take a look at these quick tips for eating better and increasing your quality of life as you age.

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Older adults need to pay more attention to medical conditions such as high blood pressure, cholesterol and other factors that can increase the risk of heart disease. An excellent way to keep these health issues in check is to alter a diet, which senior care services can assist patients with through grocery shopping and meal preparation.

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When people dine, they often either rush through their meals or take their time with it. According to a new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, eating slower can help people consume less calories and feel full faster, and it can increase energy.

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