NJ Home Care & Health News Eating nutritionally grows ever more important for seniors. Here are some healthy eating habits to adopt: Reduce your sodium (salt). This will help prevent water retention and high blood pressure. Look for the "low…
In the last few years, there has been an explosion in scientific evidence showing support for nutritional changes that can help prevent memory loss, as well as improve memory in patients with already diagnosed Alzheimer’s disease.
According to Alzheimer’s expert Dr. Richard Isaacson, author of “The Alzheimer’s Diet: A Step by Step Nutritional Approach to Memory Loss Prevention and Treatment,” certain steps can be taken to improve memory function for those with Alzheimer’s or mild cognitive impairment.
The high hospital readmission rate of those who suffer from heart failure impacts adversely on both the cost of health care and the health and well-being of the patients themselves.
New Jersey Senior Care News
For senior health, it’s not a case of the more nutrients you take, the better. In fact, some nutrients need to be kept to a minimum as we age. For example:
New Jersey Senior Health & Lifestyles Nutrition and proper eating becomes more important as we age. As a result, menu planning becomes an important consideration. Here are some things to consider: Easy to chew and swallow: Digestive processes changes with…