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To commemorate National Nutrition Month, CCA Health California General Manager Wil Yu wrote a column in The Outlook discussing tips to develop a more balanced diet. His advice focused on rethinking on-the-go food options, shopping smarter at the grocery store (often at lower cost), and tapping into local resources, such as food banks, if needed.

“Obesity can bring with it many health complications—including diabetes, strokes, cancers, and heart disease—and can create even more complications in older adults specifically. We can mitigate some of these risks by raising awareness about access to the value of nutrient-dense food,” he wrote.

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