As we all know nutrition is a primary key to staying healthy. It becomes even more important as we age. Join Kalyani Alladi, RD/LD, a dietitian at Medical Center of McKinney, as she presents information to the McKinney H2U chapter on “Eat Well. Age Well. Stay Healthy.” on Wednesday, Feb. 27 from noon to 1 p.m. at Medical Center of McKinney, 4500 Medical Center Drive, Classroom 3-4.

Alladi will provide an overview of the current health status of older adults; benefits of eating well; challenges that may affect adequate food consumption and offer solutions; and special nutrient needs of older adults. She will also provide information on the latest dietary “My Plate” guidelines specifically for older adults.

The lunch seminar is free for local H2U members and $7 for non-members. Seating is limited, so please call 972-547-8002 to make your reservation today.

H2U (Health To You), is a membership organization designed to help adults manage their health and live life to the fullest. For only $20 a year H2U members have access to valuable discounts and resources that emphasize total health and well-being. Local benefits include physician seminars, free flu shots, health newsletter, gift shop discount, hospital stay benefits and group trips. For more information go to or


About Medical Center of McKinney

Medical Center of McKinney is a growing 260-bed hospital with a 90-year history of serving the health care needs of McKinney and the surrounding communities. Over the past several years, MCM has strengthen its medical foundations by adding two new surgical robots, newly remodeled labor and delivery suites, a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and an advanced biplane catherization (Cath) lab to treat heart rhythm disorders. MCM was named one of the nation’s Top Performers on Key Quality measure by The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care quality. Visit