This holiday season is likely to bring with it a lot of activity for your family. Parties, decorating, family dinners, excursions . . . these are all things that your older relatives will probably look forward to but may need help with. To help your older parents navigate the holiday season, follow the tips below.
1. Balance tradition with practicality.
Just because your family has always done things a certain way doesn't mean that you have to follow all of those traditions this year.
Turmeric has proven itself as a dietary hero, helping with conditions ranging from heartburn to joint inflammation. However, introducing any healthy food to your family might meet with immediate revolt! Here are a few ways to sneak this wonder spice into your cooking that won't cause much of a stir.
Sprinkle It On Popcorn
If chips are still a favorite snack at your house, it's time for a change. Try replacing them with popcorn, which is actually a whole grain!
If your skin during the summer appears dry and flaky with an uneven tone, then the sun is likely damaging your skin. Sun damage can lead to premature wrinkles, age spots, and even cancer. There are a variety of spa treatments that can help reduce the signs of aging and reverse the effects on your body.You do not need to spend a fortune at a spa though to make your skin look healthy and plump.