Vitamins for Busy Caregivers

As you probably already know, vitamins and minerals are essential to a healthy diet. In fact, research shows that vitamins can help prevent various health problems from heart disease to cancer.

Planning and Prepping Meals

Cooking can be overwhelming for busy caregivers, especially when you have to cook for yourself and your loved ones! While pre-planning meals is an ideal way to keep organized, it can be extremely overwhelming.

Satisfying Sweet Tooth Substitutions

We are all guilty of a sweet tooth from time to time, and while cupcakes and candy can be tempting, there are healthier alternatives!

Satisfying Sweet Tooth Substitutions

We are all guilty of a sweet tooth from time to time, and while cupcakes and candy can be tempting, there are healthier alternatives!

Smart Eating for Seniors

You’ve probably heard the term “smart eating” before, but what does it really mean? Is there really a smarter way to eat? There sure is!

Five Must Know Facts on Senior Nutrition

Proper nutrition is important for everyone, but proper nutrition for our aging loved ones can help create longer and stronger lives.

Celebrating National Nutrition Month

We bet you’ve heard this once or twice already, but can you believe it’s March already? It just so happens that March is National Nutrition Month, so we thought it would be perfect to help share nutrition facts, tips, and more for you and for your aging loved one!

Heart Attack: Know the Signs

Coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure and heart attacks (each type of heart disease) all require different treatment but may share similar warning signs.

Healthy Heart, Happy Heart

Believe it or not, your mood can affect your health.

Heart Health Myths

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that heart disease is the No. 1 killer of Americans, yet there are still so many misconceptions about heart health. Knowing how to separate fact from fiction may just save your life.





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