protein Tag

Dietetically assessed recipes and agile digital menu management are important but don’t forget the dining experience! Malnutrition among the elderly is a perennial concern. As we age and become more sedentary, we naturally lose our appetite. Combine this with conditions such as dysphagia or teeth/denture problems, the effects of medications and complex medical conditions means ensuring our elderly receive adequate nutrition can be a real challenge.

In honour of World Alzheimer’s Day, what are the best foods to keep your mind healthy?  We all know the benefits of the Mediterranean diet, but it seems the diet plentiful in fruit, leafy green vegetables, nuts and grains and olive oil and small amounts of poultry and fish won’t just keep our bodies healthy, but our minds too. A study by researchers at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago shows a diet plan they developed — appropriately called the MIND…

Ready to get your happy on? You can with Omega-3! Not only praised for its health benefits, Omega-3 could improve your mood. One study from the University of Pittsburgh found that people with higher levels of Omega-3 fatty acids were less likely to experience moderate or mild symptoms of depression.

Fibre and protein anyone? Mushrooms contain more dietary fibre than celery or a slice of whole-wheat bread and more protein than most vegetables. And they partner perfectly with parsley, thyme, garlic and cheese. Sounds like a breakfast dish fit for a King!

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