Senior Health

Not only do seniors have different nutritional needs than younger adults, they also take more medication, have higher rates of chronic medical conditions-such as diabetes and heart disease-and are more likely to live alone; all of which contribute to the rising numbers of older Americans who are seriously impacted by a deficient diet.  In fact, 1 in 4 seniors are malnourished.

Click here to learn the signs and symptoms of senior malnourishment and how to protect your older loved ones from this preventable state from A Place for Mom

 

One Response to Senior Health

  1. Simon Adair says:

    Being a senior citizen definitely requires some extensive care and maintenance. It is no wonder that geriatrics is one the fastest growing careers in the United States. Those Baby Boomers are going to be retiring in droves between now and 2030.

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