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Inflammation-Fighting Foods that Help Manage Chronic Diseases

Arthritis is one of the most common health conditions in people over the age of 65. According to the Arthritis Association, one third of seniors who live with arthritis say it limits their daily life. And one quarter say it causes severe pain. Inflammation is often one of the culprits behind the pain and symptoms of the disease.

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How the food pyramid changes as we age

Generations of Americans have based their food choices on the familiar Food Pyramid. 

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4 easy meals you can make in 30 minutes

When you're a family caregiver, meal planning can be hectic.

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5 recipes to kick-start your healthy eating resolution

Sticking to a healthier diet is an excellent New Year's resolution, but sometimes people can struggle to maintain this pledge. Having a few healthy but tasty recipes on hand can make sticking to your resolution easier.

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Recipes with Anti-inflammatory Benefits for Arthritis

Arthritis can be a very debilitating condition that affects many seniors. Happily, there are a number of different foods that come with natural anti-inflammatory elements that can help minimize the symptoms or pain associated with the condition.

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5 Easy Veggies to Plant in Your Garden This Spring

Spring is here, which means the desire to spend more time outside in the warm weather and after a long, cold winter, sunshine is what's on everyone's minds.

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Get Moving With These Energy-Boosting Recipes

Did you know that fatigue can wreak havoc on your immune system and make you more susceptible to chronic conditions like heart disease, depression and viruses? According to Health magazine, your daily nutrition is key to warding off these conditions and keeping you feeling energized throughout the day. This is something that National Nutrition Month celebrates every March, by encouraging people to consume a healthy, balanced diet and improve their mental and physical well-being. Try these nutritious meals that boost energy. 

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3 Quick And Easy Salmon Recipes

Salmon offers more than just a savory flavor that makes for a tasty dinner. The fish provides  a wide range of nutrients and health benefits. According to Healthyeating.org, it's a great source of vitamin B12, vitamin D, potassium and selenium. Salmon is also rich in omega-3 fatty acids and protein, and has been linked to benefits like enhanced cognitive function and reduced joint inflammation, making it an ideal component of elder nutrition. As March is National Nutrition Month, introduce more of this delicious and healthy fish to your diet with these quick and easy recipes.

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