Browsing Month November, 2015

How Aging Affects Driving.

By at November 16, 2015 | 8:14 pm | 0 Comment

As people get older, their driving patterns change. Retirement, different schedules, and new activities affect when and where they drive. Most older adults drive safely because they have a lot of experience behind the wheel. But when they are involved in crashes, they are often hurt more seriously than younger drivers. Age-related declines in vision, hearing, and other

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Resources For Senior Drivers

The Benefits of Plant-based Diets

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  Plant-Based Diets for the Whole Family By Sharon Palmer, RDN Today's Dietitian Vol. 17 No. 10 P. 28 A well-planned vegetarian or vegan diet can be healthful for people of all ages. Today's Dietitian offers tips on how you can help clients cover their nutritional bases. From environmentally aware adolescents to health-focused middle-aged adults, more

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What It Means to Eat Clean!!!

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    Clean Snacking — One of the Fastest Growing Food Trends By Lori Zanteson Today’s Dietitian Vol. 16 No. 6 P. 20 No longer frowned on, healthful snacking has become a popular way to quell hunger pangs between meals. Fueled by the growing trend of clean eating, seemingly healthful items such as 100% organic fruit and vegetable pouches, raw

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Weight Gain and the Gluten-Free Diet

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Counseling Clients is Key to Their Success By Lindsey Getz When clients and patients begin eating a gluten-free diet because of a celiac disease or gluten-sensitivity diagnosis, chances are they’ll begin to gain weight. According to research by Daniel Leffler, MD, MS, an international authority on celiac disease and assistant professor of medicine at

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Aging Information Network (AIN) is a multi-dimensional website providing information resources through listing of providers to care givers who may or may not have time to assist in daily care or locate services for their elderly loved ones.