Older adults need additional vitamins to maintain their health. Since our bodies change as we age, so do our nutritional needs. We need more calcium and Vitamin D to keep our bones strong. We also need more fiber to ensure our bodies are regular and more potassium to prevent high blood pressure. Sometimes cooking dinner becomes a burden. It can also be difficult to get to the grocery store. At times, it's just tough to come up with new recipes or meal ideas. If your loved one might not be getting adequate nutrition, consider sitting down together and coming up with some fun, easy meals. Here are some suggestions.