Fewer meals and smaller portions are common with advancing age. A shift in eating Patterns and preferences does more than change diets, it decreases social activity. Meal preparation is an exceptional way for Seniors with dementia to stimulate their brain activity. Cooking, baking, and serving involves more than one skill, all of which are important… Read More


A body’s immune system is designed to protect itself against viruses, diseases, and infections but with age, your immune system weakens and becomes less efficient. The CoVid-19 pandemic emphasizes the importance of protecting yourself and those you love. Get started to boost Seniors’ immune systems by incorporating a few of the following tips. Wash Hands… Read More


Loss of muscle mass is fairly common in the aging process as activity decreases. However, there are techniques for Seniors to keep muscles active and operational. Four tips listed below are excellent suggestions from Bridge to Better Living for maintaining muscle strength. Proper Nutrition Protein is an important part of a Senior’s diet and essential… Read More


Heart disease continues to be the cause of 1 out of 4 deaths in the United States. 80% of heart disease cases are estimated to be preventable with a lifestyle change and proper education. Choose now to take action and keep your heart healthy. A few tips to consider are listed below. Mindful Eating One… Read More


Now is a good time to begin bettering your lifestyle or to cross off items on your bucket list. A new decade presents an opportunity to reflect on goals and constructive resolutions. Here are ideas for resolutions specially tailored towards the Seniors in your life…or you. 1.    Eat Healthy Every year a familiar resolution is… Read More