Heritage Senior Care Inc

Heritage Senior Care Inc
Heritage Senior Care Inc is listed in the Senior Citizens Services & Organizations category in Carlsbad, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Heritage Senior Care Inc which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page, a Yelp review page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Heritage Senior Care Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

Contact information for Heritage Senior Care Inc is:
2885 Hope Ave
Carlsbad, CA 92008
(760) 720-7740

"Heritage Senior Care Inc" - ZapScore Report

Heritage Senior Care Inc has an overall ZapScore of 94. This means that Heritage Senior Care Inc has a higher ZapScore than 94% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Carlsbad, California is 44 and in the Senior Citizens Services & Organizations category is 40. Learn more about ZapScore

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We will be celebrating Memorial Day in just a few days. A day to remember all of our veterans who served our country and those who paid the ultimate sacrafice. Heritage Senior Care would like to thank all our Veterans and make sure that those Veterans who served our country or their spouces get the care they need when faced with daily challenges of living alone. We work with the Veterans Aid & Attendance program in making sure our Veterans receive the care they need.

Meet Kathleen Ackermann, she is one of our Community Liaison's in our Palm Springs office. She recently participated in a Health Fair at Fantasy Springs Casino.

Here is a great artical in regards to Senior Health & Fitness. Feel free to share it with anyone who can benefit from the information.
Exercise doesn't have to be boring, painful, or all-consuming. These tips will help you start an exercise routine that you’ll enjoy and stick to.

Getting Well and Staying Healthy Dieting is a sprint…lifestyle is a marathon. You can be well and remain healthy by consuming food that is good for you. Here are some easy tips for staying healthy. 1. Keep ‘stock’ foods in the pantry: Examples: Canned fruit, tuna fish, peanut butter, dried legumes, oatmeal, whole grain cereals & crackers, pasta, rice, marinara sauce, parmalat milk, almond, coconut milk in carton. 2. Keep ‘stock’ food in freezer. Examples: Frozen vegetables, variety of fruit that can be thawed. bread or other baked goods. 3. Prepare meals in advance: Double up when cooking meats: poultry, lamb, red meat, and pork. Get out your crock-pot! Make soups, stews. bean soup, or chili. 4. Separate meals into single servings and freeze for later use. 5. Eat at least 2-3 servings of fruit daily, preferably fresh, frozen or canned in its own juice (not syrup). 6. Consume unlimited vegetables. These can be eaten as salads, soups, or as a side item with a meal. Try dipping fresh zucchini or squash in a light dressing or hummus for a snack. 7. Eat several small meals during the day instead of one large meal. This> helps to control weight and blood sugars. 8. Breakfast is king! Your body needs energy after eight hours without nourishment. Never skip the morning meal, especially if taking medications. It is recommended to consume fiber with your breakfast. Examples of fiber containing foods: Fruit, vegetables, legumes (dried beans), flax seed, chia seed,oatmeal, whole grains. Fiber goal: 20-30 grams daily 9. If diabetic, always consume a protein with a carbohydrate. It is imperative that you take your blood glucose (sugar) at least once a day. Do not skip meals. Consume breakfast, lunch, and dinner along with at least 2-3 snacks. 10. Consume at least 6-8 glasses of fluid daily. This can be decaf coffee, green/black tea, and water. Remember: Caffeinated beverages are dehydrating. If your mouth is dry it is usually an indication of dehydration; so bottoms up with the water bottle. Barb M. Mahlmeister RDN, IFMCP Certified Functional Dietitian