Preparing Meals for the Elderly
Elder Care Tips and Monthly News

Elder Care Tips and Monthly News

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10 Free Recipes Designed for the Elderly Diet

Whether you are looking for better, healthier recipes for you or you are cooking for your elderly parent or grandparent. These 10 free sample recipes are designed to help you keep the dietary restrictions that your elder may have due to heart disease and/or diabetes.

Are you concerned about the sodium content in prepackaged food? Has your elder been placed on a diet to help treat a medical condition? Have you longed to find recipes that are easy to prepare and can be cooked ahead of time so your elder and just warm them up?

Discover Cooking Secrets from an Experienced Care Giver

• Cook Low Fat/Low Sodium/Low Sugar or No Sugar Meals
• Serve Great Tasting Dishes
• Create Non-Spicy Flavorful Meals
• Provide Meals Designed for an Elderly Appetite
• Prepare Soft Foods Great for a Denture Wearer
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A How-To guide on how to make meals for your elderly and package them so they can be frozen and cooked by the elder or a staff member. This guide will save you money and time if you want to feed your elder good, healthy, low sodium foods.


Cooking for my parents was one of the toughest jobs that came with taking care of them. My Mom came with a feeding tube, but was able to eat soft foods. My Dad was able to eat most foods including hamburgers and sandwiches etc. They both had some dietary restrictions that needed following. Other than the consistency of foods, Mom could eat just about everything except she was on a low sodium diet. Dad on the other hand is diabetic and he is also on a low sodium low cholesterol diet. In January 2007 he had another stroke that took away his ability to swallow and is currently on a feeding tube. Mom passed away in 2006, so I don’t have to cook for them any longer.