The term superfood has become synonymous with a healthy lifestyle. These foods are known to contain higher doses of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other qualities beneficial to the body. It's important to know that there isn't one superfood that contains everything you need, and nutritionists advise that you build a super plate. In independent living communities, nutritionally balanced meals are a must to keep up good health and vitality. With that in mind, these are the superfoods you can look forward to in spring and summer.
Dining on your favorite foods is a pleasant pastime in more ways than one, from pure sensory enjoyment to social bonding in the LifeStream at Glendale dining hall. However, to ensure continued enjoyment of meals, your teeth, gums and jaws must function correctly and without pain.
The versatility of paper in crafts makes it an ideal medium for functional and decorative projects. The material comes in a wide array of colors, textures and weights, making it easy to match project requirements. Paper is also commonly stocked at craft stores, so you can visit the Michael's, Hobby Lobby and JoAnn locations near our Glendale, Arizona, community to supply your paper needs.
In 2021, phishing scams were the most commonly reported cybercrimes in the United States. Phishing is luring someone to click a link that installs harmful software or encourages a user to enter personal information for thieves to steal. Often, phishing scams involve email. The good news is that you don't have to avoid using email to protect yourself from scams. Following these tips can help you use email more safely.
For seniors considering selling their homes, independent living communities can be a great setting for that next chapter. In this post, we'll share the many benefits of moving to one to help you make an informed decision about your living arrangements.
Losing independence as you age can be upsetting, but technology can help you maintain your autonomy. Apps are easy to download to your phone and perform a variety of functions that might be difficult for you to do yourself as you get older. LifeStream at Glendale offers independent living with around-the-clock trained staff and a 24-hour emergency call system, but using these apps can add even more support to keep you independent longer.
At LifeStream at Glendale, we strive to enrich residents' spiritual health in addition to their physical and emotional health. Developing a more engaging prayer life is one way you can improve your spiritual health. If you're new to prayer or feel stuck in a prayer rut, making changes to your prayer habits can enhance the experience. Try these tips to create a more engaging prayer life.
At LifeStream at Glendale, we provide several care choices to meet residents’ needs. For many individuals, independent living is a convenient option that allows them to enjoy privacy and independence without the hassles and worries of living alone. Even in this maintenance-free environment, activities that used to be easy, such as bathing, dressing and driving to doctor’s appointments, eventually become more difficult.
Do you have lots of old photos tucked away where no one can see them? Turning them into a scrapbook preserves those precious memories, but it can also benefit older adults cognitively, emotionally and physically. Explore the benefits of scrapbooking for older adults as well as how to scrapbook and some ideas.
During his four missionary voyages, the apostle Paul visited several of the burgeoning churches scattered throughout the Mediterranean region, preaching the gospel of salvation and encouraging new Christians. The congregations in Galatia (modern-day Turkey) were among the first he visited during his primary voyage. Following his departure, a group of dissidents began leading believers astray by claiming that following the law of Moses was still an essential component of salvation.
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