January 22, 2020 – Lenexa, KS – A new super food! A celebrity endorsed fad diet! A top 10 list of exercises to do every morning! Click bait and health information are abundant online and blogs are full of New Years fitness resolutions. But what if you’re in your 70’s and have health challenges like diabetes or osteoporosis?
“That’s where people can start to encounter trouble getting reliable and current information online,” explains Michelle Tayler, registered dietitian and president of Magickitchen.com “Most bloggers and health ‘experts’ are writing posts for people like them. They tend to be younger, in good shape and without any complicating factors. It can be discouraging to search for information that’s reliable and relatable and to come up empty handed.”
Knowing that many of their clients are looking for interesting, reliable and clearly written health information, Magickitchen.com has launched a comprehensive, easy to read library of articles for seniors, diabetics, individuals dealing with dialysis and other dietary and health challenges which can complicate meal planning.
“At MagicKitchen.com we deliver delicious, diet-specific, portion-controlled meals, but we believe in a wholistic approach to health. Along with the convenience of our ready-made meals, we want seniors to be well informed, to take ownership of their health and to learn a few interesting tips and tricks,” says Tayler.
Greg Miller, CEO of MagicKitchen.com explains, “Just because our library is targeted at older individuals, that doesn’t mean that we don’t tackle the latest trends and fads. Some of our most popular articles cover topics like intermittent fasting in order to control blood sugar, strength training gym routines and how to cook with stevia and monk fruit. Seniors don’t live in a bubble; they hear about health trends and they’re just as curious as everyone else to see if it will work for them. They just want to make sure that they’re getting reliable and safe information before they try it out. That’s were the MagicKitchen.com library comes in.”
To view the entire library of health and wellbeing articles, please visit www.magickitchen.com
For more information, or to arrange an interview, please contact:
Greg Miller, CEO