Elderly Diet: 4 Ways To Stay Healthy!

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Eating a variety of foods from all food groups can keep your body strong, your mind sharp, and your energy level up as you age. Eating well doesn't have to be complicated, pursue this perspective to get all recommended dietary needs for seniors.

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HEALTHY DIET EATING TIPS FROM MY GUARDIAN

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No matter how old or young a healthy diet is the thing of utmost importance if you want to save your health and wellness while aging. Combine it with an active lifestyle home care services and regular communication with friends and family and here it is You will wake up to a healthy body strong brain and a good mood while enjoying every minute of your life. A healthy diet is simple

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T H E A U S T R A L I A N G U I D E T O H E A L T H Y E A T I N G R E C O M M E N D S E A T I N G N U T R I T I O U S F O O D S F R O M T H E S E 5 G R O U P S E V E R Y D A Y : all kinds of fruit lean meats poultry eggs fish nuts seeds and tofu legumes beans and vegetables preferring dark green and orange coloured ones cereals especially wholegrain and high cereal fibre foods including bread rice oats pasta noodles barley quinoa couscous and polenta h t t p s : / / w w w . m y g u a r d i a n . c o m . a u milk cheese yoghurt and other reduced-fat milk products.

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I T A L S O R E C O M M E N D S L I M I T I N G T H E S E G R O U P S O F F O O D S : high in saturated fat like cakes biscuits pies pastries pizza commercial burgers processed meats crisps potato chips fried foods and other savoury snacks foods with added salt Foods with added Sugars Alcohol Drinks

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Drinking plenty of water. Water is the best option but you can add juices milk tea and coffee into your daily 8 glasses of drink. With home carers from My Guardian you’ll easily control your diet throughout the day. Healthy eating is important.

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Your brain gets to know how much you’ve eaten in about 15 minutes after the beginning of your meal. Therefore if you wolf down a large meal in 5 minutes you’ll stay hungry 10 minutes more. Little portions help you prevent overeating. E A T L I T T L E P O R T I O N S

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E A T 6 - 8 T I M E S A D A Y You should have a protein breakfast a nutrient lunch a light dinner and several pauses for a snack during the day. After a while your body will get used to regular food intake and adjust its metabolism accordingly. You’ll say goodbye to the uncontrolled anger attacks depression unreasonable stress and other mental issues. If you can’t prepare meals yourself look for home care specialists in your region like My Guardian. They will either help you learn how to cook or deal with cooking themselves it’s up to you.

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E A T I N A C O M P A N Y Meet with friends call guests invite your family for a dinner… A good company is another way to improve appetite and renew enjoyment of a good food. If you have problems with walking it shouldn’t limit you: choose care services that include not only in-home care but companionship and transportation too.

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E A T Y O U R F A V O U R I T E F O O D Enjoy healthy meals regularly but allow yourself sweet gifts every now-and-then. What if a piece of cake makes you happier Eat it

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Compassionate loving care is the foundation of everything we do. My Guardian got its start as a volunteer organization that has since grown to a national home care provider. We provide skilled personalised care services to help people remain in their own homes safely securely and comfortably. When you choose My Guardian you become family. As one of our family A B O U T Amazing kind and warm service to each and every client The latest greatest in high- tech apps to make your life easier Unflagging support and assistance theres nothing we wont do for you

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