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September is Healthy Aging Month. Read about nutrition and exercise plans that support healthy aging.
Today is the first day of the rest of your life. Make it a healthy life.
When injury forces us to break up for a while with our favorite activity
Landmark dietitians share healthy snack options for those with diabetes.
October 5-9, 2020 is Malnutrition Awareness Week.
Sara O'Leary, registered dietitian, shares recommendations on staying healthy during the pandemic.
Download the handout for important things to consider for chronic kidney disease stage 4-5.
Learn how you can improve your balance, flexibility and range of motion from the comfort of your home.
Read on for the types of foods you can eat to boost your immune system.
Get ideas for shelf-stable foods and recipes below.
Download the handout for important things to consider for chronic kidney disease stage 1-3.
Learn 4 things you can do today for a healthy heart.
Read the full article to learn how to stay on track with your health goals this holiday season.
Learn how to choose foods and activities that leave you feeling more satisfied, energized, and full of joy from spending time with loved ones.
A pureed diet may be necessary for people with chewing or swallowing difficulties. When on a pureed diet, eat as many nutrient-rich and fiber-rich foods as possible.
Research shows that healthiest and longest living communities regularly eat beans, peas, and lentils
The poor diet typical for most Americans is the single most predictive risk factor for heart disease.
The Landmark Food Farmacy provides diabetic education and enough food for a patient’s entire household to cook ten or more healthy meals per week.
The holidays are here. While we look forward to gathering over meals with friends and family, holiday meals tend to be large and buffet style.