One of the first steps toward maintaining good health is to eat a diverse diet and exercise regularly. This is important for people of any age, but especially for seniors. They should have three proper meals every day. Snacks may also provide the needed nutrients, especially for the elderly loved one who can’t eat a lot of food at one time.
“Eating well is important for all ages, but especially for older individuals who need to maintain their strength and energy, while often managing chronic diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure. Because calorie needs decrease with age, but nutrient needs remain the same or even increase, it’s essential that seniors pack as much nutrition into each meal as possible. Planning quick and nutritious meals that are high in protein, vitamins and minerals can make healthy eating easy.” http://www.livestrong.com/article/294254-quick-nutritious-meals-for-the-elderly/
Three most important meals are: