• Know How Good Nutrition Can Help Your Recovery (2014)
    • The Alliance to Advance Patient Nutrition has developed a basic nutritional checklist for patients leaving the hospital. The handout highlights the importance of nutrition and reviews tips to help adults avoid malnutrition after discharge.
  • Healthy Eating After 50
    • The National Institute on Aging (NIA) offers basic nutrition principles that promote healthy aging, including appropriate portion sizes for older adults, the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and recommendations for fat, fluids, fiber and sodium.
  • Smart Food Choices for Healthy Aging
    • This interactive NIA website allows older adults to learn about key nutrients, portion sizes, food labels, how to eat well on a budget, and more.
  • United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) MyPlate
    • This site offers a range of nutrition education materials related to healthy eating based on the USDA’s MyPlate and the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
  • Tufts/AARP Foundation MyPlate for Older Adults
    • This provides examples of foods that fit into a healthy well-balanced diet. It is available in English, Spanish, and Chinese. The website also includes recipes, shopping tips, and information on physical activity.
  • Older Adult Malnutrition and Chronic Disease
    • Older adults with chronic illnesses are especially at risk for poor nutrition. NCOA provides tips and step-by-step guidance on how to improve nutrition, while managing a chronic condition.
  • ­Pathway Reimbursement Support
    • This Abbott-supported website can help individuals and providers with reimbursement questions related to accessing Abbott Nutrition products.

Do you have a new resource that you think should be added to the hub? Send it to us for review at newsletters@ncoa.org.