Home Care ServiceThere are no good strokes, but the best stroke is the one that never happens. Of course, sometimes that’s not an option. As older adults have a greater risk of strokes, it is important for them to do what they can to prevent having a stroke in the first place, or take care of themselves after one occurs. One area that the elderly have control over is their diet. As strokes tend to happen with no warning, it is imperative to do all that you, the family caregiver, can before one happens. As diet plays a critical role in the older adult’s life, this means it’s not only important to know what to eat, it’s also important to know what not to eat.

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