Updates Senior Nutrition and Fitness Guides

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On, the senior nutrition page... has been updated with three additional offshoot pages that detail topics like vitamins for seniors, senior meals, and meal delivery., a leading provider of emergency alert systems quotes, has released updated senior nutrition and fitness guides to continue to advise seniors on issues pertaining to their physical health. The site continues to expand after its site-wide redesign in early April.

On, the senior nutrition page, a part of the senior health guide, has been updated with three additional offshoot pages that detail topics like vitamins for seniors, senior meals, and meal delivery. “Vitamins for Seniors” describes the various conditions that vitamins and supplements can address, including vitamin deficiencies in the elderly. The article also notes some of the most common supplements taken by seniors, including calcium, as well as Vitamin C and B supplements. “Senior Meal Plans” focuses on the need for seniors to maintain carefully planned diets to counterbalance diminishing physical strength and a growing inability to absorb “vital nutrients.” The article suggests seniors consume plenty of whole grains, fruit and vegetables, and avoid sugary foods, especially for those who suffer from diabetes. Finally, the blog post entitled “Senior Meal Delivery” explains various programs and options available for the elderly to have prepared meals delivered directly to their residence. As the article claims, most meal delivery plans provide up to four cold meals and four hot meals each week to supplement a senior's diet; typically, one is delivered for lunch and another for dinner.

The Senior Fitness Exercises guide on has been more recently developed. As a result, the hub has not yet been completed; however, two articles have already been added, including one about senior cycling and another about senior fitness centers. “Senior Cycling” examines how biking can improve a senior's cardiovascular health, while being a low impact exercise in comparison to jogging or running. Two common types of biking for exercise include road cycling and stationary biking, according to the blog. The blog post “Senior Fitness Centers” proposes several concerns seniors should have when looking for a gym or fitness center. The article advises finding gyms that have plenty of exercise machines that offer low impact to prevent needless injury – elliptical machines are the listed example of this type of machine.

Marketing representative MaryAnn Berg commented on the addition of the new guides to, “We know that seniors and the elderly are the main market that need medical alert systems and alert buttons. Therefore, we've been continuously updating our senior health guide to provide them with the best tips on improving and preserving their health and quality of life. Hopefully, with these tools available, our elderly customers will never have to use their medical alert systems due to a medical emergency!”

About works with the leading providers of medical alert services in the industry. The site also updates its blog to provide customers with a vast knowledge base regarding medical alert devices and other topics that relate to personal health. has been providing free quotes from medical alert companies since 2009.

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