Canada’s Food Guide for Seniors
Free for Members
Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide for Seniors Nutritionist Courtney Rae Jones is back by popular demand with a look at Canada’s Food Guide for Seniors. As we embrace the golden years of life, the significance of maintaining a balanced and nourishing diet becomes even more vital for our well-being. In this session, we will delve into the fundamental principles and practical strategies of eating well, specifically designed to cater to the unique nutritional needs and challenges faced by seniors, as outlined by Canada's Food Guide. Our expert speaker will break down the recommendations provided by Canada's Food Guide in a manner that addresses the specific concerns faced by seniors, promoting longevity, vitality, and overall wellness. Understand the nuances of Canada's Food Guide as it pertains to the dietary needs of seniors, encompassing portion sizes, nutrient requirements, and the importance of variety. Explore a range of nutrient-rich foods that are particularly beneficial for seniors, including vegetables, fruits, lean proteins, whole grains, and dairy alternatives, and discover their positive impact on energy levels, cognitive function, and bone health. Walk away with practical tips for meal planning, grocery shopping, cooking, and dining out that cater to the preferences and needs of seniors. SCHEDULE: Monday, December 4, 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM LOCATION: Online via Zoom ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Courtney Rae Jones is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist. You can learn more about her on her website at https://crjnutrition.com.