Beginning in 1972, the National Senior Nutrition Program has promoted nutrition-based programs and services for aging adults across the U.S. Nutrition for seniors has been instrumental in furthering quality of life and longevity and has received financial support from the Older Americans Act, which was signed into law on July 14, 1965. As it stands, local senior nutrition programs allow seniors to connect with nutritious meals and other essential services that propagate social connection, health, and overall well-being.
As noted in the title, March 2022 marks 50 years for the Senior Nutrition Program. The theme this year is “Celebrate. Innovate. Educate.” There are many activities and materials available to promote the Senior Nutrition Program, and these can be found on the webpage ACL.gov/SNP50. Here you can download artwork (logos, banners, etc.) and other items to help build awareness. Further, use the hashtags #SNP50 #SeniorNutritionProgram #MentalHealth in your social media postings to spread the word.
How About a Healthy Recipe?
As we are talking about eating healthy, I thought a good, nutritious recipe was appropriate for this article. Thus, please check out this link to enjoy a step-by-step recipe for making Cherry Tomato Garlic Shrimp (pictured below). Taking only about 20 minutes from start to finish, this recipe is good for you and utterly delicious. Enjoy!
Use the below QR Code to access the step-by-step recipe for Cherry Tomato Garlic Shrimp, or use this direct link.