Senior Eats

Cook up some bone broth for a dose of anti-aging

Nov 1st, 2018 | By
Cook up some bone broth for a dose of anti-aging

Bone broth contributes to skin health and anti-aging with its ingredients and the composition it acquires through its preparation. Simply put, bone broth is created by simmering water, animal bones, vegetables and various seasonings together, generally for a day. The long, slow simmering releases valuable minerals from the bones and collagen from the joints. Collagen
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Reel in Daily Catch on the waterfront

Oct 10th, 2018 | By
Reel in Daily Catch on the waterfront

Taking advantage of some nice weather, we took a ride up to the new Point Ruston development on Ruston Way on Tacoma’s waterfront. I had been seeing news about how beautiful it was and decided to take a look.  I was not disappointed. If you are in the mood for a pizza or a pub,
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Eat right, keep moving, and a good attitude can control weight

Sep 19th, 2018 | By
Eat right, keep moving, and a good attitude can control weight

Although health isn’t always dictated by a number on the scale, a healthy weight is promoted for longevity. Look as good as you feel with these tips for eating and weight-loss. Focus on quality. While keeping calories in check is necessary for efficient weight loss, counting them shouldn’t be the primary focus. Rather than continuously
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Nutrition for older adults: Right for the long run

Aug 31st, 2018 | By

Though the concept of eating well for aging well is not new or surprising, a recent study published in “The Journals of Gerontology: Series A” is among the first to analyze the long-term benefits of healthier diets across adulthood for physical function in older age. Led by the University of Southampton, researchers tracked the dietary
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