Food strategies for seniors in home care.

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Magnesium and potassium also help strengthen bone.

Magnesium rich foods include whole grain bread, navy, pinto, and garbanzo beans, spinach, pumpkin seeds, white potatoes, peanuts, peanut butter, sweet potatoes, soybeans, tempeh, wheat germ, Swiss chard, amaranth, sunflower seeds, cashews, almonds, quinoa, artichoke hearts, sesame seeds, and flaxseed.

Potassium rich foods include broccoli, kale, mushrooms, Swiss chard, soybeans, fish, white potatoes, yogurt, soybeans, sweet potatoes, bananas, cantaloupe, avocado, navy, pinto, and garbanzo beans, pumpkin, apricots, lima beans, beets, tomato products, papaya, split peas, pistachio nuts, winter squash (acorn, butternut), soy milk, beets, watermelon, plums, peanuts, mushrooms, raisins, almonds, sunflower seeds, prunes, and oranges.

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