As we age, our bodies require fewer calories, yet require more protein, calcium, B vitamins and other nutrients. You can read about these differing nutritional needs of seniors by clicking here, courtesy of A Place for Mom.
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics also has some great resources on healthy eating for older adults. Click here to explore a variety of articles on this important topic.
We know healthy eating is a key component of a healthy lifestyle – and we want the best for our residents.That’s why we partner with PB&J Restaurants to create culinary masterpieces that delight our taste buds and our bodies.We’re fortunate to have dining services director Sarah Lavy and executive chef Earl Morgan work with their talented team to craft menus for our casual Bistro and formal dining room, as well as for our assisted living and skilled nursing dining rooms.
Chef Earl just celebrated his 25th anniversary with PB&J, and was instrumental in developing the five-star culinary experience residents enjoy today. He has been kind enough to share two of his deliciously-healthy recipes with us – click below!
Download Recipe: Cod with Fresh Ginger
Download Recipe: Pork Tenderloin & Pea Salad