What’s important as people get older?
Collaborative Post We’re living in a world obsessed with how we look. What we see in the mirror influences how we feel – and what we see in the mirror isn’t always what we want to see. How much of a role do you think diet plays in this? A big one. Below, we’ll tell […]Read more
Collaborative Post If you want to improve your gut health, it is best to add fibre-rich foods to your diet. It optimises the function of the friendly gut bacteria, which are essential for your overall health and well-being. Fibre is a complex carbohydrate that passes through your digestive tract and enters the colon, where it’s […]Read more
Collaborative Post Nutrition has a significant impact on the physical as well as the mental wellbeing of older adults. Most caregivers fail to understand and realise that nutritional needs differ depending on the age of an individual. Just like babies have their unique dietary needs than teens, seniors’ dietary requirements are very different from those […]Read more
A strong immune system can be key to fighting off the worst of the coronavirus. That’s why people at risk of becoming seriously ill are considered to be all those likely to have weakened immune systems, commonly defined as the over 70s and those with ‘underlying health conditions’, including Type 2 diabetes, hypertension and obesity. […]Read more
Written by Rebecca Lenton Home-style catering expert and fresh food advocate Janice Caluori offers advice on preparing nutritious meals that appeal to the changing tastes that come with age, and choosing ready-made meals tailored to our parents’ needs. I’m a firm believer is using fresh, local ingredients in home-style meals. As people age their tastes […]Read more