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Moving patients and providers from sick-care to well-care.
Moving patients and providers from sick-care to well-care.

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Quick Fact: According to the CDC, the average restaurant meal is more than four times larger than in the 1950s. Portions that we should actually be eating seem so small to us now that we would feel deprived if that was all we could eat. How often do you eat one serving of anything you purchase?

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Quick Fact: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the average man in the U.S. is 15 pounds heavier than 20 years ago and the average woman is 17 pounds heavier. 33% of American adults are considered overweight and 38% are obese, plus 17% of children and adolescents are obese. Learn more here: https://carpevitanaturals.com/why-its-easy-to-be-obese-in-america/

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Quick Fact: As we age, it can become more and more difficult to get the nutrition we need for numerous reasons, but at the same time, it is not always easy to recognize the signs of malnutrition. Seniors who don’t eat properly are at risk for greater health concerns. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the most common signs for how to know if your loved one is getting proper nutrition here: http://carpevitahomecare.com/know-loved-one-getting-proper-nutrition/

Quick Tip: As we age, our cells become less sensitive to the effects of insulin, which causes the normal glucose level to rise 6 to 14 mg/dL (milligrams per deciliter) every 10 years after age 50. That’s why seniors should be screened for diabetes and high blood sugar on a regular basis.

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Check out the Kids Healthy Eating Plate (a better representation of what kids should eat): http://carpevitainc.com/kids-healthy-eating-plate/

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Quick Fact: According to Commerce Department data, for the first time ever, we now spend more money eating out than we do at grocery stores. Learn more here: https://carpevitanaturals.com/why-its-easy-to-be-obese-in-america/

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Quick Tip: In January 2015, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) approved monthly chronic care management reimbursements for healthcare providers. This is opening up a new opportunity for patients to receive better quality of care and reduced healthcare spending. Learn how here: http://carpevitainc.com/chronic-care-management/
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