Monthly Archives December 2015

Deliciously Healthy Meal Ideas

Celebrating the holidays with our favorite meals is one of the things that makes time spent with family the most enjoyable. And health-conscious dinners and desserts prepared with love add even more joy to the holiday season (and post-holiday season, too).Freedom Home Care has compiled a list low carb, low calorie recipes for the whole family to enjoy, even after the holidays are over, allowing us all to get back on track. These tidbits are so tasty, you probably won’t mind sharing…or reheating the leftovers. Your whole family is sure to gobble up a handful of these Whole Wheat Sugar Cookies! Cookies can be drizzled
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The Best New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors

The dawn of a new year is the perfect time to start building a healthier new you! Making a New Year’s resolution to eat better and exercise more often can boost your health and daily energy for years to come. The American Geriatrics Society’s Health in Aging Foundation recommends these eight healthy changes for older adults to help you achieve your goal of getting — and staying — healthy.    Eat more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fish, low-fat dairy and healthy fats. Just because you’re not a kid any more doesn’t mean you’re excused from consulting the food pyramid. The
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Helping Those with Alzheimer’s this Holiday Season

The Holiday season is full of family parties, crowded malls filled with shoppers, and glimmering lights shinning bright everywhere. While most revel in the merriment of the season for those living with dementia or Alzheimer’s this can be a very difficult and even stressful time.  Here at Freedom Home Care we’ve compiled a few ways you can help your loved one feel included in the celebration of the holiday season.       When in Doubt, Ask If you are concerned about your loved one or their feelings or reaction in regards to an event or activity, talk to them. Ask what their
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