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Nutrition for Seniors
Downloadable Tools and Tips:
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- Detailed Nutrient Needs for Older Adults
- Nutritional Screening Tool
- Tips for Eating Well for Older Adults
Click the links below to access resource Web sites to find out more about diet and nutrition for seniors.
The National Institute on Aging offers seniors advice on eating well, eating safely, shopping wisely, and other frequently asked questions regarding nutrition and diet in seniors.
This resourceful article from AARP offers dietary and nutritional advice for staying healthy while aging.
Say goodbye to frozen dinners. Thekitchn.com provides an assortment of ideas on how to plan and create healthy, delicious meals for one.
Great information from the Mayo Clinic on how to plan healthy meals for one or two, reduce wasted food and add variety to meals.
ElderOneStop offers suggestions for healthy, nutritious snacks for seniors to keep on hand whenever they get a snack craving.
Parentgiving.com provides useful information regarding preventing malnutrition in elderly loved ones.
This Web site serves as a useful guide for daily nutritional and dietary modification in the elderly, providing informative statistics and advice. Although created and maintained by the Indian government, it has much useful information for those in other countries.
An interactive MNA screening form provided by the Nestle Nutrition Institute allows users to find out if they are healthy or malnourished.
Informative article on senior nutrition offers tips and advice for maintaining a healthy diet while dealing with the challenges of aging.
Useful information from Colorado State University on changes in the aging body and the importance of staying healthy and accommodating changing nutritional needs.
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