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Sprenger Health Care Towne Center Community Campus to Showcase Parkway Memory Care Assisted Living with Community Open House

Sprenger Health Care Towne Center Community Campus to Showcase Parkway Memory Care Assisted Living with Community Open House


You're invited to a community open house for Parkway Memory Care Assisted Living, the new addition to Sprenger Health Care Towne Center Community Campus! Find out more.…

The Facts of the New Milk Options

The Facts of the New Milk Options

Which type of milk is the healthiest? Find out what our Sprenger nutritionist has to say when comparing the options.…

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Sprenger Chef Shares Healthy Recipes for Nutrition Month

Sprenger Chef Shares Healthy Recipes for Nutrition Month

For National Nutrition Month, we went to Sprenger Health Care Systems' very own Chef Jim, Dietary Director at Towne Center Community Campus, to gather some healthy recipes you have to try!…

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Healthy Aging With Nutrition and Exercise

Healthy Aging With Nutrition and Exercise

Amherst Manor Corporate

We are all aging. That’s a fact. Despite this, there are many things that are in our control to slow down the aging process and help us age well. Among these – nutrition and exercise provide the greatest positive impact on how we age and stay healthy later in life. Nutrition and exercise are good for the brain and bones, mood and self-confidence, independence and management of disease and pain. Simply put, there are no down sides to eating an “age-defying” diet and maintaining an active lifestyle.…

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Explore the New Dietary Guidelines

Explore the New Dietary Guidelines

Corporate

The new dietary guidelines for Americans were released January 7th by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Health and Human Services. These new recommendations emphasize healthy lifelong eating patterns rather than singling out specific foods to avoid.…

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Fighting Chronic Illness with Proper Nutrition

Fighting Chronic Illness with Proper Nutrition

Corporate

It’s projected by the year 2030, 22%of the world’s population will be 65 years old or older. You probably don’t need me to tell you, but this is a large amount of people! In fact, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the same demographic only accounted for 4% of the world’s population at the beginning of the century. Chances are, if you don’t fall into this category, you know someone who does. Someday you’ll fit this category and it’s important to know what you can do to improve not only the number of years in your life, but the quality of those years.…

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