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Older adults choose the lifestyle in a retirement residence for many different reasons. Some want to live in a social atmosphere where it’s
Now that I’ve reached my senior years, I want to live life on my terms —that’s a statement you’ll often hear from Canadians in their 60s,
Canada’s new Food Guide* is refreshingly different because of its emphasis on healthy eating behaviours and enjoyment of food, and
Excerpt: One-third of older adults are at nutritional risk due to lack of appetite, reduced taste and smell, eating alone and medication
Imagine living the first 16 years of your life being able to see colours, shapes and all of nature’s splendour, only to have your vision
Many older adults in North America get most of their protein during dinner and less at breakfast, says McGill University. However, older
As an older adult, you may find you’re in need of more support as you age— whether it be with activities of your daily routine, or with
Typically, when we talk about trying to eat more healthily, we focus on what we eat, taking into account taste, nutrition and cost;
March is National Nutrition Month, a great time to take a look at your eating habits. Seniors have unique nutritional requirements —and
‘Tis the season of showing loved ones how much we care—including those companions that come with four legs, two wings or even a few scales.

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