Neil, a 70-year-old man, lives alone at his house in a suburban area.?iswife died a year ago. He doesn’t have many friends; his wife was his primary confidante.?is neighbors across the street and next door are friendly, and Neil used to help them with yard projects in his spare time.?eil’s health has been good, but recently he has had trouble with his teeth.?is diet has been poor, and in the past 3 months, his physical and mental vigor has deteriorated. He has been slowly lapsing into depression, so he keeps the shades drawn and rarely leaves his house. Neil keeps very little food in the house because his wife did most of the cooking and shopping, and he just isn’t interested in food.?fNeil’s friend or relative and learned of his situation, what are 3 things you could do or suggest to improve his nutritional status and mental outlook??Suggest at least 3 strategies for Neil to improve his nutritional status and mental outlook but it is important to explain the rationale behind your suggestions for Neil.Discuss the impressions of Dan Buettner’s?ed Talk, “How to Live to Be !00+”, and his findings from the Blue Zones.?ow would communities in the U.S. replicate the tenants of the Blue Zones?ScienceHealth ScienceHSC 1200

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