(Des Moines, IA – April 11, 2013) Mom’s Meals, a leading provider of nutrition solutions and home delivered meals for those choosing independent living, recuperating at home or managing a chronic disease, will showcase its nutrition expertise at the annual meeting of the American College of Health Care Administrators on Saturday, April 13, when Dr. Sam Beattie, Director [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: PREVENTING HOSPITAL READMISSIONS: SHOULDN’T NUTRITION BE PART OF THE SOLUTION? “Over 70% Adults aged 60+ have some form of Cardiovascular Disease” “Projected costs of Cardiovascular Disease in 2015 Are Expected to be $564-BILLION” “82% of American Seniors Have One or More Chronic Conditions, and 65% Suffer from Two or More” Recent headlines [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: THE DIABETES DILEMMAS: YOU’RE NOT A COOK OR YOU’RE NEW TO A DIABETIC DIET: HOME MEAL DELIVERY FOR THOSE NEEDING A DIABETES DIET DEBUTS TODAY (Des Moines, IA – July 30, 2012) Mom’s Meals debuts its new diabetic friendly diet today, providing home delivered meals for those new to a diabetic diet, [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: FOR THOSE ON DIALYSIS, SOMETHING NEW TO EASE THE BURDEN: MOM’S MEALS UNVEILS HOME MEAL DELIVERY FOR MANY WITH STAGE 5 KIDNEY DISEASE (Des Moines, IA – June 18, 2012) Today, Mom’s Meals introduces its new Renal Nutrition Program, helping patients on dialysis simplify decisions about what to eat by delivering fresh-prepared, [...]
HOME CARE & HOSPICE WORKERS CAN MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE IN CARING FOR SENIORS: CAN $17.97 A DAY CHANGE A LIFE? (Las Vegas, NV – Sept. 27, 2011) When 65-year old Sarah Myers was discharged from Knoxville’s Fort Sanders Parkwest Hospital after suffering a minor stroke, she was heading home to an empty house. Yes, [...]
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