About the Newsletter

Monthly newsletter detailing the necessity of vitamins and minerals in our diets as we age and covering: medication therapy management, advocating for you personal health literacy, and a flavorful Fall recipe sure to get you ready for Autumn.

Is Food Enough?

Leslie Baker, Pharm.D., BCGP

 

Medication Therapy Management

Advocate for Your Health Literacy

Simply Delicious: Easy, Healthy Meals with Chef Suzy!

Chicken with Apples and Raisins

A flavorful fall dish that can be enhanced by adding a ½ cup chopped almonds, pecans or walnuts.

Baker, L. 2021, Healthy LIVING while aging! (2021-10), Extension | University of Nevada, Reno, Newsletter, Volume 2, Issue 10

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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.