We’re welcoming brighter days while continuing to promote health and safety.
Who doesn't love a big, juicy hamburger in the summertime? Chowing down on this all-American classic is enjoyable, but unfortunately that big hunk of red meat isn't exactly good for you. Sure, the occasional burger is fine every once in awhile, but eating a burger too often can have some adverse health effects.
An apple a day is said to keep the doctor away, and as seniors age, this statement is as true as ever. The fruit is known for its low-fat and vitamin benefits, and older adults may want to consider incorporating more apples into their diet.
Is there anything better than an ice-cold glass of lemonade on a hot summer day? Something about the tangy-sweet taste of this warm-weather beverage just smacks of summer. It's a great drink to have on hand when guests drop by, but if you truly want to impress your friends this year, try a twist on the classic lemonade.
Watching one's cholesterol levels is an important part of senior living, as having too high a reading could lead to a number of health complications, including risk of heart attack. However, there are certain food items that can help lower cholesterol levels, and seniors may want to keep them in mind when making their grocery list.
When choosing appetizers to bring to a party, it's a good idea to incorporate foods that offer numerous health benefits. As adults enter their later years, paying attention to nutrition is more important than ever, as it can help people lead the highest quality of life possible.
When hosting a party, it's important to make sure there is plenty of food for your guests to snack on. Whether it's a dinner party or a casual gathering, appetizers are a must, and finger foods are even better when socializing.
Adults are often advised to restrict their calorie intake in an effort to lose weight, and this advice may be beneficial to any senior. New research from Washington University School of Medicine found that having a calorie-restricted diet could keep the heart younger.
As Father's Day is this weekend, many people are holding big family gatherings so they can spend time with dear old dad. Many seniors across the country can expect visits from children and grandchildren, and it can be a great excuse to throw a party.