Senior Eats

Lazy, hazy days of summer (and safe grilling)

Jul 3rd, 2018 | By
Lazy, hazy days of summer (and safe grilling)

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) wants to help older adults avoid becoming some of the 128,000 Americans who are hospitalized from foodborne illness each year. According to the USDA, older adults are at an increased risk of foodborne illness, and if they do become ill, the symptoms may be more severe and have a
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Springtime and green soup

Jun 12th, 2018 | By
Springtime and green soup

As spring unfolds in the Evergreen State, you’ll start seeing more greens like chard and collard greens at farmers markets and in grocery stores. These plants offer plenty of vitamins and minerals on their own, but blending them into a savory soup increases the nutritional value in a fresh and flavorful way. Collard greens, long
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Eat your way to better health

May 24th, 2018 | By
Eat your way to better health

An anti-inflammatory diet aims to minimize harmful inflammation in the body. From avocados to turmeric, fill your diet with this list of the top 20 anti-inflammation foods: Avocados Avocados are unique in the fact they are rich in healthy fat, unlike most fruits that naturally supply carbohydrate. They also source a number of antioxidants, including
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Try the quick or no-cook ways of meal preparation

Apr 12th, 2018 | By
Try the quick or no-cook ways of meal preparation

Often people joke that if they had a personal chef who planned and cooked each meal, eating healthy would be a piece of cake. However, we don’t all have that option, so we need to come up with easy-cook, quick-cook and no-cook tricks that fit into our busy schedules and don’t involve hours in the
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