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July 19, 2021

Eating Well, Aging Well: Prevent Portion Distortion

Learn to prevent portion distortion in your diet with portion control tips, and discover great tools, from outside sources and Miller's Grant, to keep track of the foods you are consuming.
July 13, 2021

Eating Well, Aging Well: Depend on Dairy

Discover why dairy is a great source of essential nutrients and minerals that fuel the body, the recommended amount older adults should consume and creative options for incorporating it into your diet.
July 6, 2021

Eating Well, Aging Well: Choose Healthy by Going Low

A balanced diet requires eating healthy fats. It is important to learn about the benefits of fats and how to avoid unhealthy fats in your diet.
June 29, 2021

Eating Well, Aging Well: Go for Whole Grains

Learn about the benefits of whole grains in the next segment of Eating Well, Aging Well. Eating a balanced diet of whole grains is essential for healthy body to function and age well.
June 22, 2021

Eating Well, Aging Well: Nourish with Fluids

An important part of staying healthy is being hydrated. Learn why older adults should nourish their bodies with plenty of fluids and helpful tips for staying hydrated throughout the day.
June 17, 2021

Eating Well, Aging Well: Putting Color on Your Plate

If you want to age well, start by eating well. In the first of our six part series, learn the many benefits a balanced, colorful meal provides to your body.
March 12, 2021

Health Talk: Your Knee

Learn about the anatomy of the knee, how it functions, joint conditions, risks and therapeutic exercises to reduce your risk for developing aching knee pain from our director of rehabilitation.
January 19, 2021

Meet Ken Connelly, Vice President of Operations

Having 25+ years experience in senior living, Ken Connelly joined LSMMD in March 2020. Learn more about him, professionally and personally.
October 20, 2020

Webinar: Osteoporosis

In this pre-recorded webinar, Resident Life Coordinator Courtney Abell provides exercises you can do to help reduce your risk for developing osteoporosis, after learning more about the disease.