More Nutritional Suggestions for Seniors

More Nutritional Suggestions for Seniors


Elder care professionals discuss nutrition for seniors

Seniors have different nutritional needs and since these are not readily understood by the seniors themselves, they can become malnourished. Recent studies have shown that the incidence of clinically‐defined malnutrition among seniors admitted to hospital can run as high as 50%. Proper nutrition is an important part of elder care as it increases mental acuteness, disease resistance, stronger immune system, greater energy, faster recuperation and the management of chronic diseases such as high blood pressure and diabetes

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