Nutrition Shortcuts When You Live Alone

For elderly people who live alone, it can be a challenge to continuously prepare and eat nutritionally balanced meals. Loneliness, depression, immobility and problems with transportation or finances are just some of the factors that lead to elders adopting unbalanced diets that have negative health effects.

In this blog post from Harvard Medical School, two Mass General health and nutrition experts help to explain the issue and provide some tips to help elders get back on track with their diets.

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