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You Are What You Eat

You Are What You Eat

Edna, a resident at MLP Residence, is extremely pleased with the food that is served here.

She says “There isn’t a meal that I have not liked since I have arrived. There is always lots of flavour and variety and the dishes are presented amazingly. What I most like here at MLP is that every meal is prepared fresh by their in-house chef and never pre-packaged or semi-prepared as is served in other senior facilities. All meals are designed and balanced for their food value and nutrition. I get three healthy meals per day and snacks are served twice a day – in the afternoon and evenings. I enjoy going for my walks, two times every day, in their beautifully manicured gardens and views of the rolling country hills.”
Eating healthy helps with mental and physical energy necessary for daily life functions and protects us from infection and chronic diseases. As we age, the need for calories decreases, while the need for nutrients increases.
Healthy eating & physical activity can help prevent or slow down the progress of heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis & some forms of cancer. It can also help in coping with physical & mental stress. Giving Up Driving Managing Diabetes for Seniors

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