Insights into older adults’ nutritional motivations give providers ‘Food for Thought’

Although most adults aged 55 or more years responding to a Mather Institute survey indicated that they were highly motivated to eat more healthfully, they also indicated that they need some help turning those motivations into healthy practices.

The results of a survey of 688 adults aged 55 or more years on a research panel maintained by Mather are outlined in “Food for Thought: Older Adults’ Views on Healthy Eating,” providing insight into ways providers might help residents along their health and wellness journey. 

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