For the elderly, who often see the number of family and friends diminish as the years go by, staying connected is actually just as important as physical exercise. Why seniors should volunteer:
I recently had the privilege to meet with Dr. Richard "Doc" Lazar, PhD from Apex, NC. Doc was excited to discover that Gina and I provide in-home care services because he wrote about his experiences with in-home care, and its many benefits, in his book, "Longer and Better Living with Homecare Benefits from Long Term Care Insurance." Here's my review of the book.
What’s a good way to have a positive impact on staving off the effects of Alzheimer’s disease and at the same time, help you stay stronger and reduce the potential from a fall? A good answer would be to think and exercise at the same time!
Pooja Chilukuri, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Certified Health Coach, graciously contributed to our Wellness Blog discussing the 5 R’s of eating healthy - Eat Real foods not processed food like substances, Reduce Exposure to pesticides and chemical additives, Reduce Sugar Intake, Remove Trans Fats and Ramp up the Phytonutrients.
Eating well is a vital part of staying independent as a senior. Learn how you or a loved one can put together a nutrition plan that works best for you!