Rebecca Williamson, a registered dietitian at Indiana Regional Medical Center, has spent much of her career making sure folks eat so their hearts are healthier. As with most things in life, moderation is the key. But there’s more to keep in mind.
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November and December are popular months for having surgery, as health insurance deductibles are met. But before you go under the knife, first take a close look at what’s on your fork and spoon. What you eat — and how much you eat — can help how your body heals.
Malnutrition among older adults is a big problem. One in four older adults does not get adequate nutrition. Under-eating can start with appetite changes, functional changes or dental problems. It can be triggered by a personal loss or a health condition. It can happen to people at any income level and any weight.
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An extra 6,300 calories are eaten in the following 24 hours