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3 Healthy & Easy-to-Make Meals for Seniors September 12, 2018

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3 Healthy & Easy-to-Make Meals for Seniors, Lakeville, New York

Whether you’re cooking for your loved one or they make their own food, nutrition is a crucial factor to keep in mind. Fortunately, making a healthy meal doesn’t have to take a lot of time and effort. Below, the home aides at Lifetime Care in Rochester, NY, share a few of their favorite recipes for seniors.

Meals Recommended by Home Aides for Seniors

1. Omelets

Eggs are an effective way to add protein to your senior’s diet. A southwest omelet with chili sauce is a popular home aide choice for seniors who have trouble tasting their food. Simply cook up the two-egg omelet in a pan with some pepper jack cheese and chili sauce. Add some sliced avocado on top for a tasty dose of healthy fats.

2. Oatmeal with Berries

home aideOatmeal is an excellent source of both soluble and insoluble fiber, which will help your senior’s digestive system. Meanwhile, berries are full of antioxidants and vitamins, which are good for heart health. Create a batch of oatmeal — a crockpot is ideal for cooking them overnight — and add berries and milk to the bowl.

3. Shrimp Pasta

Shrimp contains a lot of nutrients that seniors have trouble getting in their diets, such as selenium, copper, and vitamins B12 and B6. It’s a low-calorie source of protein. Cook up the shrimp in a pan with some butter, olive oil, fresh garlic, and herbs. Add cooked whole grain pasta and chopped tomatoes or spinach, depending on your senior’s preferences.

Founded in 1960, Lifetime Care is passionate about all their home health care services. In addition to their physical home elderly care services, they provide emotional support for the benefit of their patients and families. They understand that the best care comes from the best home aide, which is why they work with committed, passionate professionals. They serve the Finger Lakes region with locations in Newark, Rochester, Auburn, Dundee, and Lakeville. Call (585) 214-1000 to talk about your loved one’s needs, and visit them online to learn more about this charitable organization.