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Summer is the perfect time to bring nutrient-rich elements of a healthy, Mediterranean-style diet into your daily eating patterns. Consume colourful vegetables and fruits for their many phytonutrients, eat a variety of healthy protein foods, and grill fish for essential fatty acids. Season foods with herbs and spices, and dress salads with olive oil to add flavour and boost heart health, while enjoying chilled soups to keep cool and hydrate.
Excerpt: Research shows that while depression, high stress, anger, and loneliness can increase the risk of heart disease, promoting and supporting psychological and emotional health is good for your heart. Thinking positively, practicing self-compassion, and recognizing and treating depression help to lower the risk of heart attack and stroke. Meditating to reduce stress, strengthening social ties, and finding purpose also protect your heart and improve quality of life.
Older adults need to be proactive in addressing pandemic-associated risks that can make early detection and control of type 2 diabetes more challenging. New knowledge about lifestyle measures to prevent, reverse and manage diabetes, and setting age-appropriate blood sugar control targets, can lead to better health outcomes. New tools such as smart phone apps and flash glucose monitoring can also support better blood sugar and diabetes management.
Eat five daily servings of vegetables and fruit that promote health and longevity.
Being proactive about preventing and detecting cancer early when it is most treatable is especially important during the pandemic as screening levels have declined.
Practicing kindness and patience can help individuals and communities cope better with pandemic challenges and overcome pandemic fatigue.
Normal aging of the immune system and underlying medical conditions can make older adults more susceptible to respiratory illnesses in winter, including COVID-19
Older adults who eat a variety of healthy, nutrient-dense superfoods promote better brain, heart, and muscle health
Belonging to a supportive, caring community has a positive impact on an older adult’s physical and mental health in good times and adversity.
More and more retirement residences are now pet-friendly, allowing seniors to move their furry or feathered friend in with them to their new home.
Research studies show that emotional vitality nourishes and helps restore physical health throughout life.
Savouring even the smallest of joys daily lowers the risk of heart attack, angina and stroke, helps people cope with arthritic pain, and reduces frailty in older adults.

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