Eating the right nutrients and stabilizing at a healthy weight can help keep you active and independent. This could help you with doctor bills, hospital bills Etc. If you have a chronic illness such as diabetes or heart disease this could change your life.
As you age your metabolism slows to a crawl and your body needs less calories than it did before. It also needs a healthy dose of nutrients everyday and it’s now more important than ever to eat foods that give you the best nutritional value.
Eating a healthy diet starts with you!
Pay Attention To The Nutrients You’re Consuming
You want to consume a nice variety of foods. This includes lean proteins, fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat dairy.
We've listed some examples below:
Ground beef, beans, low-fat dairy, fish & shellfish, nuts, eggs, chicken
Grapefruits, pineapple, avocado, blueberries, apples, mangos, cranberries and strawberries
Broccoli, spinach, brussel sprouts, kale, asparagus, carrots, onions
Brown rice, oatmeal, whole-wheat pasta
Read The Nutritional Facts
Try to limit the amount of packaged foods you eat. If you do eat packaged foods try to find products that are lower in fat, sugar and sodium. The healthiest food you can eat is typically made with fresh ingredients that have been as unrefined as possible.
As you grow older, being active becomes more and more important to your health. Physical activity can help extend your life. This is not just about adding years to your life, it’s about adding life to your years. Exercise can also do wonders for your mind, mood and memory. Even if this means doing a few laps inside your home, any exercise is better than no exercise.
As silly as this sounds it’s easier to be dehydrated than to be hydrated. To minimize feeling full from liquids try and drink small amounts throughout the day. Keep drinks that have salts and sugar to a minimum.
Things You Need To Know
You'll find all the details you need on how the process works on our How It Works page. You can find all the info you need for our traditional meal plan here. You can find all the info you need for our low-carb meal plan here.
If you'd like to order online, visit our Order Now page. Select whether you want the traditional or low-carb meal plan and that will lead you to the dishes that are available that week. Pick as many meals as you want for the upcoming week (minimum of 5) and check out. We deliver on Tuesday and Friday mornings/afternoons to ensure that you're eating fresh meals throughout the week.
If you have any questions, concerns or want to order over the phone please call us at (813) 406-1244