Although life-sustaining at any age, healthy senior nutrition stands front and center at United Methodist Communities. Meal time brings socialization at any age, but is especially important for older adults as it yields opportunities for multi-sensory stimulation three times each day.
Eating well-prepared and visually appealing meals helps maintain and improve mental acuity, energy levels and resistance to illness. It supports a positive attitude, emotional stability and builds the immune system. The menus result from a strategic process and offer appealing cuisine for every season.
While our chefs and cooks thoughtfully prepare every meal, many other factors go into what’s on the plate. Whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, a registered dietitian focusing on the science of food, gives input on the menus, assures a balance of the food groups, recommends portion size, and other guidelines to optimize senior health.
Award Winning DiningPresented to United Methodist Communities at Bristol Glen at the 2017 Taste of Newton event, hosted by the Newton Chamber of Commerce: Most Creative Dish: Campfire Smores Shooters Committee Choice: Shrimp and Grits
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