Care Resources Urges Older Adults to Take Stock of Eating Habits During National Nutrition Month

As adults age into their 50s and beyond, their nutritional needs change, so it’s important for that population to be deliberate in what and how much they ingest for optimal health.

That’s the word from registered dietitians and nutritionists like Patti Rozycki of Care Resources in Grand Rapids, one of countless professionals working to create awareness of proper nutrition, especially during March, when she and her colleagues celebrate National Nutrition Month.

At Care Resources, nutrition is just part of a comprehensive plan created individually for its participants, Rozycki says. If, for example, the goal is to lose weight, many factors go into the establishment of a plan, including health history, medications, exercise options and support from friends and family.

“It’s all about making the right choices.”

To learn more about how Care Resources can help older adults create a health plan that is tailored to individual needs, click here.

Last updated 3.3.2024 I H5610_WEB

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