Lowering Sodium To Increase Wellness
Sodium is, essentially, salt. It’s an essential mineral for the human body. Regulated by your kidneys, sodium helps control the fluid balance and muscle function of your body.
Sodium increases the water in your blood vessels, generating more blood flow and in turn increasing your blood pressure. So, the more sodium in your body, the greater your risk for high blood pressure. Too much sodium can lead to hypertension and kidney damage, and even lead to heart attacks and other forms of cardiovascular disease.
Help avoid complications from too much sodium in your diet. Take the guesswork out of meal planning and try our lower-sodium meals.
Mom’s Meals® offers a lower sodium menu, which features refrigerated, fully prepared meals that are lower in sodium and saturated fat to support heart health and lower blood pressure.
The lower-sodium menu options from Mom’s Meals have been developed based on the sodium content and nutritional guidelines of the American Heart Association.
How To Get Home-Delivered Meals
Can you say yes to any of these questions? If so, you might qualify for government or health plan assistance and have Mom's Meals delivered at little or no cost to you!
- Are you over 65?
- Are you disabled?
- Do you require assistance with grocery shopping and/or preparing meals?
- Are you on Medicaid or a Medicare Advantage plan that offers a paid meal benefit?
If you’re currently a Medicaid or Medicare recipient, contact your health plan to see if you are eligible to receive a home-delivered meals benefit. Or, contact your Area Agency on Aging to see if you qualify for government-funded programs.
If you do not qualify for this kind of assistance to get home-delivered meals, you are able to purchase meals direct. Our meals are all priced at just $7.99 or $8.99. That's an affordable price that fits almost any budget.
Order convenient home delivery of your delicious and nutritious meals now.
Are You A Case Manager And Need To Get A Client Started?
1. Get Set up
Make sure your organization is contracted with Mom’s Meals and what the guidelines are for meal referrals and authorizations.
2. Submit Your Authorization
Send us the authorization per your organization’s guidelines.
3. Client Orders Meals
Once the authorization is processed, we will reach out to the client you referred to welcome them, review their options, and schedule a delivery date.