Living your Senior life to its fullest can be enhanced by good nutrition. Nutrient requirements for women change from menopause affecting osteoporosis risk and for men they change at around 70 years. Consider your inherited risk of Alzheimer's, now is a good time to take preventative action.
Getting the right amount of calcium in your diet can be tricky. Yet we need to replace calcium for our bones.
Did you know bone broth is not a useful source of calcium? Get your diet sorted with an expert dietitian to prevent osteoporosis. If you have osteoporosis, maximise the treatment medication by supplying enough calcium in your diet to improve your bone health.
Your dietary needs depends on what is going on. Some folks need help with gaining weight, others with losing weight.
Life events be it illness or loss of a loved one can affect our joy in food.
There are eight aged care quality standards and an experienced aged care dietitian may potentially contribute to all eight.
I have consulted with RACF's for over 10 years including consultations with residents and their significant others, menu analysis, nutritional analysis of dietary intake, nutrient composition of fortified foods and drinks, vegetarian menus, pureed menus, vegan menus.
Call to engage 02 4333 6633
Eating the 10 brain nourishing food groups and limiting the five unhealthy food groups laid out in the MIND diet halved rate of Alzheimer's compared to those who did not follow it well.
Hint: green leafy vegetables are consumed at least 6 x per week.
Are you on the right path?
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Fees - Seniors are $65.
Medicare - rebates or bulk billing may apply for Chronic Disease Care plans from your GP.
No referral necessary.
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