• Team Member Spotlight: Sal Navarro

    Sal Navarro, AlmaVia of Camarillo Culinary Services Director

    Every month we invite one of our team members to sit down with us and tell us more about their journey to Elder Care Alliance, their role now, and their insights into older adult care. We are excited to share the expertise and knowledge of our many team members who every day come to work […]

  • Benefits of the MIND Diet

    Salmon dish on a plate

    As an older adult, your dietary needs have changed over time. Your body may require more nutrients to maintain bone density, muscle mass, and energy levels. One of the best diets for older adults is the MIND diet (also known as the Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay diet). At Elder Care Alliance, we understand how […]

  • Management For Chronic Pain In Older Adults: Tips That Help

    Management For Chronic Pain In Older Adults: Tips That Help

    The older we get, the more likely we are to have chronic pain. Studies show that starting around the age of 55-65, a larger percentage of the population begins to experience chronic pain. And those numbers continue to increase as we age. Let’s face it, with age, many experience more and more pain throughout their […]

  • The 10 Best Things to Eat As We Age

    The list of things that change as a person ages is a lengthy one, but right at the top of the list are the changes that affect your physical and mental wellbeing.  However, there are nutritional habits you can easily implement that will help slow and improve some of these changes that cause nutrient deficiencies […]

  • Top nutrition tips for older adults

    Senior Nutrition Tips for Older Adults

    As we age, our bodies change and older adults have different nutritional needs than when they were children or middle-aged adults. Gone are the days of fast metabolism, indulging in junk food and endless bouts of energy.Age-related changes can affect how your body processes food and your dietary needs, but there is no need to […]

  • Improving Brain Function Through Nutrition

    Senior nutrition to improve brain function for seniors

    A growing body of evidence supports a strong relationship between cardiovascular problems and cognitive decline, including Alzheimer’s disease. People with subclinical cardiovascular disease are at higher risk for Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, research has found. As with cardiovascular disease, diet and nutrition also may play a role in diseases of the brain. Research […]

  • National Nutrition Month and Eating Right for Your Lifestyle

    National Nutrition Month at Elder Care Alliance

    Experts offer plenty of advice on optimal eating, but the truth is that one size does not fit all when it comes to maintaining a healthy diet. Individual nutrition needs vary, and your lifestyle plays a significant role in the types of food you eat — and when and where you eat them. Some people […]

  • The Health Benefits of Wine

    glass of red wine and glass of white wine

    Wine – in moderation – has long been touted as good for health, and many people believe that having a glass of red or white on a regular basis can enhance their overall wellness. May 25 is National Wine Day, a time to celebrate wine for its history and the depth it adds to meals […]

  • Boost Your Brain Power, Food For Thought

    Boost Your Brain Power, Food For Thought

    Your brain—if it only worked as well as it should, you’d always be able to find your keys, finish projects in half as much time and come up with those witty comebacks on the spot. The good news? Proper nutrition, lifestyle habits and the way you challenge your brain actually can enhance your mental capabilities. […]

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