"We wanted to ensure that seniors can read a blog post that gives a generalized concept on a certain topic of senior nutrition and can also go to the Senior Center to receive detailed information regarding the same topic."
(PRWEB) August 27, 2012
During the week of August 27, 2012 LivingSenior.com will be expanding their website to include sections on senior nutrition and health. The topic of senior health and nutrition has become increasingly popular with new developments in senior supplements, health related topics such as alkaline dieting, related diet plans and specialty diet plans designed to physically for the baby boomer generation. The expansion will create new sections within the Senior Center and blog areas. Readers may find related articles under the tags diet, nutrition, senior nutrition and alkaline diets.
In a research focus group this weekend with social marketing manager James Connolly the expansion was discussed in detail and the reasons for the expansion were also discussed. "The expansion is something we have been talking about for a long time. It is a section of senior living that we know is necessary and we wanted to develop a well-rounded informational section devoted to senior nutrition. We wanted to ensure that seniors can read a blog post that gives a generalized concept on a certain topic of senior nutrition and can also go to the Senior Center to receive detailed information regarding the same topic. Our goal is to make sure that seniors are educated and all aspects of the new developments happening in senior living and this includes diet and nutrition."
LivingSenior.com content manager and social media manager, Megan Coogle released the details of the expansion and how this expansion would affect senior viewers and baby boomers” We have been working with the social marketing department to develop a well-rounded view of senior dieting and nutrition. We did not want to simply go over the same diets or offer inadequate information that is repeated over and over on other sites. The last thing we want is for a senior to see a diet our website, try it and not consult a physician. We want to make sure that if a senior hears about a certain diet program, such as alkaline dieting or the CR Way, they will be well informed and be able to discuss the diet with their physician prior to trying the diet plan. Too often we see baby boomers and seniors read about a diet or nutrition program and place themselves on the program without consulting a physician first. We want to offer an informational gateway that allows them to hear about the program, research the program and consult a physician about the research that they have found. We want to make sure they are informed but they are still aware of contacting a physician before starting the program."
The expansion will begin August 27, 2012 with new diet and nutrition blogs. These blogs will lead into more detail information offered in the Senior Center and through question and answer sessions on the weekly video series.
For more information regarding the expansion or on senior dieting and nutrition issues, readers may follow LivingSenior.com on their RSS subscription feed, on Facebook or through Twitter @livingsenior.
If you would likeyour senior related health or nutrition business, company or product listed in the senior business section of LivingSenior.com please contact Megan(at)livingsenior(dot)com.