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Nutrition & Diet

  • Low Energy in Seniors: Diet for Low Energy and Fatigue While it might seem like being tired is synonymous with being older, it is not something you or your elderly loved ones need to just accept. There are many different causes of low energy in the elderly, and once you determine the cause, you can work on finding a solution. ... Continue Reading
  • How Much Water Should an Elderly Person Drink a Day? We all know how important water intake is for our overall health and well-being. Our bodies are around 60% water, and it helps with a number of bodily functions. Brain health, joint health, and waste removal all need enough water to function properly. So how much water ... Continue Reading
  • Is Coffee Good for Seniors and the Elderly? There‚Äôs nothing better than a fresh cup of coffee to wake you up in the morning. In fact, coffee is known to have numerous health benefits. But is it safe for seniors to drink? Does coffee make you age? What are the pros and cons of coffee? In this post, we will review what ... Continue Reading
  • Is Intermittent Fasting Safe for Elderly Adults? Health risks such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, joint pain, sleep apnea, and even some cancers can be linked to obesity. As we age, maintaining a healthy weight can help us avoid or at least control some of the illnesses and ailments that excess body weight can ... Continue Reading
  • How to Help an Elderly Adult Gain Weight One of the (many) challenges of being a caregiver for an elderly person is helping them maintain a healthy weight. There are many reasons a senior may lose weight in old age. Weight loss may be a side effect of their medications. Their sense of taste and smell may weaken, ... Continue Reading
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