French Toast is a staple breakfast option in most homes, so dressing it up with a new recipe could be a lot fun. Mother’s Day is almost here and it doesn’t matter whether your Mom is still young, a grandma, or a great-grandma she could certainly enjoy a special breakfast made for her. But this doesn’t have to be “just” for mother’s day. You and the kids can make this great recipe for you all together anytime for any occasion and it doesn’t have to be only for Mom. French Toast is good for breakfast, for a special dinner, and for everyone! We found this recipe at The Pioneer Woman and not only is it delicious, but it’s easy! Make a quick trip to the store and grab the ingredients for a personal present for those you love.
Maximize nutrition as we age? What does that even mean? Assessing the diet of older adults is especially important for identifying issues relevant to their present health and nutritional status. Far too many people over the age of 65 are considered malnourished and this can also have an impact on bone health. Having a balanced and nutritious diet is one way to help our bone health as we age. So many times just a few minor adjustments or interventions can reduce or eliminate the problem.
There are some special considerations of nutritional needs of the aging body that are relevant to be emphasized. Caloric needs decline with age because of a decrease in basal metabolism related to the loss of lean tissue and a decrease in physical activity.Read More >