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Great Farmers Market Foods For Seniors

Posted by Jackson Bentley on May 3, 2019 11:00:00 AM
 

Many times it can be difficult to tell what kind of fruits, vegetables and other foods for seniors are required for proper nutrition. After all, we hear so many different recommendations and opinions from online video bloggers, news channels, and our own friends and family. A good place to start whenever searching for a healthy and nutritious meal for your senior is local farmers markets.

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Healthy Eating As We Age

Posted by Jackson Bentley on Sep 28, 2018 11:00:00 AM
 

As the body ages, the ingredients that we put into it become more and more critical to maintaining a functional, happy, and healthy lifestyle. Changes to a diet can affect how we feel, encourage a sense of well-being, and with the right additions can bring health benefits to older adults. At Landmark Senior Living, healthy nutrition is a part of everyday life. That’s why we provide helpful advice on how to incorporate fresh foods, nutrients, and healthy snacks into your senior’s life.

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Best Foods for Seniors

Posted by Jackson Bentley on Apr 30, 2018 11:00:00 AM
 

Part of the natural aging process is the gradual wearing down of cells and body tissue-Avoid this wearing down by keeping the body strong with the best foods available. Methods of exercise and fitness can go a long way towards slowing down this process. These anti-aging foods wont reverse the timetable, but they can help improve memory and cognitive function, especially when augmented by a health and fitness routine. 

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Improve Your Memory With Brain Health Foods

Posted by Sara Niemiec on Jan 9, 2018 10:00:00 AM
 

Enhancing your cognitive health will protect you from dementia and related diseases, and it can be achieved with brain health foods. This improvement can help develop your memory and sharpens intellectual skills. There’s a great need to be mindful of your brain health as Alzheimer’s diseases increases at an alarming rate. In 2016, the number of Americans reported to be with Alzheimer’s was 5.4 million individuals and has obviously grown. It also comes fifth in the leading causes of death in people 65 years old and above.

 

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5 Easy Recipes for Seniors During the Holidays

Posted by Sara Niemiec on Dec 14, 2017 10:00:00 AM
 

There are various factors which might make it difficult for seniors to eat well. These include a change in taste buds to no interest in cooking and side effects from medications. Apart from that, older adults have different nutritional needs which can limit their healthy eating. Seniors need to eat fewer calories but more vitamin B, calcium, protein and other nutrients.

 
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