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Learn How to Make Meals for One in Senior Living

Posted by HarborChase on Oct 22, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Are you single and a member of a senior living community? Creating meals for one can sometimes be a challenge. There are many different things to consider when prepping for one meal daily throughout the week. If you reside in a senior living community, you may already have your three meals prepared for you every day. At HarborChase, we want all our seniors to eat healthy and hearty, but if you are cooking for yourself, follow these simple steps in order to prepare meals for one.

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Topics: Nutrition, Independent Living

Senior Living with Simple, Natural Immune Boosters

Posted by HarborChase on Apr 15, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Did you know a simple walk in the sun can give your immune system a boost? At HarborChase, we strive to help seniors to achieve and stay in optimal health. Fortunately, we have compiled a helpful list of natural ways to keep your immune system healthy. As mentioned, the first way to naturally boost your immune system is to take a sunny stroll.

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Topics: Health Habits, Nutrition

8 Foods That Can Help Prevent Diabetes

Posted by HarborChase on Feb 1, 2018 8:00:00 AM

At HarborChase we know firsthand how important and challenging it can be to maintain a healthy diet. What we eat affects our bodies to a great deal, from the way we look to the way we function. Most people should limit fats and sugars, but if diabetes is in the equation, monitoring harmful ingredients becomes crucial. We believe that instead of focusing on what you cannot eat, you should focus on what you can. According to Health.com, cumin, basil, sage, oregano, and parsley can all boost insulin and help to lower your blood sugar. Nutrients like calcium, omega-3s, vitamin, and fiber can improve your health and are in foods that can prevent diabetes.

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Topics: Diabetes, Health Habits, Nutrition

A Gentle Detox for Seniors

Posted by HarborChase on Jan 15, 2018 8:00:00 AM

It has been proven medically that what you eat directly affects your overall health. In other words, your digestive health is correlated to a number of health issues. A good portion of older adults have high levels of toxins in their system due to their eating habits. Toxicity does not discriminate on age, so here at HarborChase, we have come up with a gentle detox for seniors.

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Topics: Health Habits, Nutrition

3 Delicious (Nutritious) Recipes from A HarborChase Chef

Posted by HarborChase on Dec 15, 2017 8:00:00 AM

To be healthy, it’s recommended that a person eats 3 balanced meals per day which can translate into a lot of time spent in the kitchen. For adults over the age of 51, the National Council of Aging recommends the following nutritional breakdown:

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Topics: Nutrition, Health Habits

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