Now that your parents are older, they no longer enjoy cooking meals. Cooking for two doesn't hold the same appeal as when your mom cooked for an entire family. They've turned to processed foods and takeout. You're worried that they're not eating the amount of fruits and vegetables they need for optimal health.
You can't be there every night to make sure they're eating properly. What do you do? Here are five tips for making sure your parents eat enough produce.
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The brain is one of the most important organs in the body. But, like the rest of the body, it too ages. Unfortunately, brain health can decline, just like physical health in other areas of the body. The good news is that there are ways to protect against decline. One way is to eat certain foods that protect brain health. Below are several foods that can be included in the diets of older adults to help the brain work better.
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Awareness and education are two of the most important tools that you can use as a family caregiver to ensure that you are giving your elderly parent the highest quality care possible and helping them to live the quality of life that they deserve. By being aware of the risks that they might face and recognizing them, you can make meaningful changes to your care routine to address those risks and protect your parent from the potential consequences of them.
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