Many seniors neglect eating healthy, but staying on top of one's eating habits will yield long term benefits.
Posted in , Feb 16, 2018
Content provided by Good Samaritan Society.
Eating is an important part of life for the nutritional and social benefits it provides. Yet many seniors don’t eat very much because of sensory changes that happen with aging. This can lead to weight loss and other issues, beginning a downward spiral in overall health and well-being. You can encourage healthy eating habits in your loved one using the tips on the infographic below. Consider printing and sharing this information with the caregivers and family members in your life.