EAT TO BEAT AGEING

EAT TO BEAT DEMENTIA

What we eat has an impact on our brain and how we age! Ngaire Hobbins is an Accredited Practising Dietitian who has researched extensively on the benefits of good nutrition on the brain and the ageing process. She recommends:

  • Use it or lose it- keep active
  • Eat enough protein- spread over the day
  • Include antioxidants
  • Prevent osteoporosis- ensure a good intake of Calcium and monitor Vitamin D levels
  • Drink plenty of fluids
  • 'Don't get too thin'- avoid unintentional weight loss
  • Keep your brain active- mental challenges are improtant
  • Social interaction is vital

Hear more at NPA's Improving Nutrition Seminars.

 

 

BETTER PRACTICE

Anne Schneyder presented last week at Better Practice Sydney about the Dietitians Association of Australia's new Menu Review Audit Tool. What a great honour and a fantastic way to spread the news about the new standardised protocols for dietitians when undertaking menu reviews.

The Tool is based on the guidelines in the Best Practice Food and Nutrition Manual for Aged Care Homes and includes practical and flexible recommendations for improvements in nutrition care. 

Ask us about conducting an audit in your home. 

IMPROVING NUTRITION

There is still time to register for our upcoming 2 day Improving Nutrition Seminars in Adelaide.

The Day 1 program this year has a focus on Nutrition in Dementia and the consequences of Frailty. Day 2 showcases the new Dietitians Association of Australia's Menu Review Audit Tool and how to ensure that your organisation meets recommendations.

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ONLINE RESOURCES

Have you attended NPA's Improving Nutrition in Aged Care Seminar? We are now offering the seminars as a series of online e-learning presentations.

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NPA has also developed a set of resources and information for aged care homes.You can begin accessing  the NPA resources from our website now.

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