Minimizing Senior Moments in Seniors –

Minimizing Senior Moments in Seniors

Loss of memory or cognition is an expected development of the aging process. However, an increasing body of research on nutrition’s impact on frailty and dementia show this does not have to be the case.

Senior Population Swell
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, by 2030, all of the boomer generation (born between 1946 and 1964) will be over the age of sixty-five. In 2035, there will be 2 million more seniors (over age of 65) than children (under age 18).[i]

The impact of such a large population on healthcare resources and the workforce (considering the number of adult caregivers reducing their workday or retiring early to care for an elderly relative) is rather grim. Therefore, interest in developing strategies to keep seniors independent by minimizing preventable disease and improving their healthcare quality of life is of keen importance across a number of sectors.


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