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Calcium for a healthier you

Calcium Intake and General health

As we age, it becomes increasingly important to take care of our bodies and prioritize our health. One crucial aspect of maintaining good health is ensuring an adequate intake of calcium. Calcium is an essential mineral that plays a vital role in keeping our bones strong and healthy. In this blog post, we will explore why calcium intake is particularly important for adults over 65 and how you can ensure you are getting enough of this vital nutrient.
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Protein Intake in later life

Protein intake in later life

There has been much debate about protein intake in later life. In modern society we related to protein intake in athletes and now in fitness fanatics and in weight builders, gym goers and the body conscious. 

Protein plays an important part in later life muscle recovery and maintenance of lean muscle mass. Up to 10% of older community dwelling adults and 35% of those in short or long term institutional care do not have sufficient food intake to meet a protein intake of 0.7g/kg body weight per day. 

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Reducing your sodium intake - Wisely Well

Reducing your sodium intake

Wisely Well has specifically signposted meals that are low in sodium in the product page and allow you to sort on meals by dietary condition. 

Current UK recommendation is a maximum of 6g per day, the average salt intake is 8.1g

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Elderly Nutrition and remaining independent

Elderly Nutrition and why it's important to independent living

As we age, our nutritional needs change. It becomes even more crucial for the elderly to maintain a healthy diet to support their overall well-being. In the UK, elderly nutrition is a topic of great importance, as it directly impacts the quality of life for older adults
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