Many people love to garden – it’s great to witness sprouts coming out of the ground for the first time after getting your hands dirty all day. Gardens are also aesthetically pleasing and make your yard look a lot nicer in the spring and summer months. Aside from appearances, gardening can have a few health benefits for seniors as well, aside from senior nutrition. Consider these positive health effects to encourage you to get out there and get digging.
Gardening can help improve bone mass and density, which many seniors tend to lose as they get older, according to a …read more