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Senior Nutrition & Wellness: Hydration is very important for many physiological functions and especially at this time of the year. Proper hydration helps to digest food more efficiently, eliminate waste products from the body, control the temperature, make sure that joints move well, and that overall energy production is stable. Your hydration level also has a significant impact on cognitive performance.Read More
When a person is dealing with arthritis, it can affect them in many ways. The older a person is, the greater the risk of developing arthritis. If an elderly person has arthritis, it could directly impact their safety at home. Even if they don’t have arthritis, sore joints -such as a sore knee, ankle, or…Read More
Keeping your blood sugar under control is very important for overall health. There are serious consequences whenever your blood sugar drops too low or gets too high. Usually, it is the consistently high blood sugar that causes the most common issues. Having a healthy metabolism is dependent on your ability to keep your blood glucose within a healthy range. People that struggle with blood sugar control have an increased risk for being overweight, type-2 diabetes, and other risk factors. Your body performs the best within the healthy blood sugar range. In this article, I will outline a few ways that you can help keep your blood sugar within control.Read More
Stress has a huge impact on how we feel and our health. People with more stress struggle with more health issues as well as mental issues. Finding a way to limiting stress and coping with stress is a great way to improve your health and well-being. Increased stress has been associated with many adverse illnesses such as increased blood pressure, poor sleep, dementia, Alzheimer’s and many other illnesses.Read More
Everyone has experienced joint pain at some point in their life. This can be very annoying and decrease the quality of life. There are several things you can do to maintain healthy joints and keep them strong. Just like any other tissue in the body they need a little bit of maintenance, nutrition, and rest.Read More
These last few weeks have been stressful, to say the least. Your mother, in her late 70s, was hospitalized and diagnosed with pneumonia. You know how dangerous pneumonia can be, especially for infants and seniors. The weaker a person’s immune system is, the more life-threatening this illness will be. Now that she is set for…Read More
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