There’s no such thing as a Medicare diet, but seniors who wish to be their healthiest and participate in preventive measures that avoid illnesses or exacerbating chronic conditions should be mindful of what they eat. You may have noticed our blog post about superfoods to include in your diet, and we figured we’d share one of our favorite recipes that incorporates several of those foods.
- Nonfat Greek Yogurt
- (Chopped) Walnuts
- Oat Granola
- Dark-Chocolate Chips
Our featured superfood is blueberries! We incorporated a few more from our list with this delicious parfait recipe.
Start with nonfat Greek yogurt and granola because it’s a great source of protein. Protein is a great source for your body to build and repair tissue while also using it to make enzymes and other body chemicals.
Next, add the chopped walnuts, which help prevent heart disease, and the dark-chocolate chips.
Add in some granola before adding another layer of Greek yogurt.
Top off with blueberries and some more dark-chocolate chips and chopped walnuts.
Stir or mix layers as you prefer.
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