Many of the foods that we eat everyday are grown right here in Ontario. These nutrient-rich foods not only provide us with essential nutrition but also offer a number of health benefits that support healthy aging.
The purpose of this resource is to provide a selection of recipes that feature Ontario-grown foods and cater to the needs and preferences of older adults living in the community. This resource highlights the nutritional qualities of Ontario-grown food, and why they are important for good health as we age.
Organized by dish (beverages, breakfast, snacks, salads, soups/stews, sides, mains, and desserts), there are over 50 recipes to choose from!
View the full electronic version of the Recipe Resource for Healthy Aging.
View individual recipes.
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Recipe Resource for Healthy Aging: Learn how Ontario agriculture can promote health for older adults. © Alison M. Duncan, Ph.D., R.D., Hilary A. Dunn, M.Sc., Emily S. Iler, M.Sc., Kayla K. Miraglia, M.Sc., 2016. Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario.
This project is supported by Agri-Food and Rural Link, the hub for knowledge translation and transfer for the OMAFRA-University of Guelph Partnership.
To view the reference list for the Recipe Resource, please click here.