A. Lindsay, N. Mazzullo 2021, Healthy LIVING while aging! (2021-01), Extension | University of Nevada, Reno, Newsletter, Volume 2, Issue 1

About the Newsletter

January's newsletter covers keeping new year resolutions simple and make them last; top 10 healthy New Year's resolutions for older adults; new virtual programming options for 2021 including Seniors Eating Well and Bingocize®; and a quicky and healthy recipe for black-eyed peas.

Be kind to yourself, keep it simple and make it last

Top 10 healthy New Year’s resolutions for older adults

UNR’s Healthy Aging Team is starting off 2021 by introducing new programs for Nevada’s elders. Join us as we start the New Year having fun, laughing, staying fit and eating healthy.

Quick and Healthy Black-Eyed Peas

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Healthy Aging

The Healthy Aging strategy offers physical activity and nutrition education, and health promotion to seniors throughout Nevada. With funding from the Nevada Division of Health and Human Services Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed), Healthy Aging programming provides skills that support making healthy eating choices and encourage an active lifestyle.

 

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