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Eating Better, Feeling Better (A5)

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Publication Details

NDR-UK Ref No:
9310
Publication Format:
A5 leaflet
Pack Size:
20
Publication Date:
04/04
Last Reviewed:
01/10
Next Review:
03/14
Target Group
Adult, Male, Female,
Language
English,



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The resource aims to:

  • provide information on high protein/adequate fluid/high energy advice/weight promotion/high energy snack information
  • facilitate weight gain
  • be used as a stand alone leaflet
  • provide first line advice
  • support information given by health and related professionals, including dietitians, pharmacists and carers' groups

Evidence-base:

  • Gall MJ, Grimble GK, Reeve NJ, Thomas SJ Effect of providing fortified meals and between-meal snacks on energy and protein intake of hospital patients. Clinical Nutrition. 17(6):259-64, 1998 Dec.
  • Kondrup JK et al Outcome from nutritional support using hospital food. Nutrition. 14:319-321, 1998
  • Vitaflo. Guide to disease related malnutrition. Vitaflo No date given.
  • Edington J, Kon P, Martyn CN,
  • Prevalence of malnutrition in patients in general practice.  Clinical Nutrition 1996;15:60-63
  • Larsson J et al.  Effect of dietary supplement on nutritional status and clinical outcome in 501 geriatric patients – a randomised study.  Clin.Nutr 1990; 9: 179 - 184

First published 04/04

Last reviewed 01/10


The resource aims to:

  • provide information on high protein/adequate fluid/high energy advice/weight promotion/high energy snack information
  • facilitate weight gain
  • be used as a stand alone leaflet
  • provide first line advice
  • support information given by health and related professionals, including dietitians, pharmacists and carers' groups

Evidence-base:

  • Gall MJ, Grimble GK, Reeve NJ, Thomas SJ Effect of providing fortified meals and between-meal snacks on energy and protein intake of hospital patients. Clinical Nutrition. 17(6):259-64, 1998 Dec.
  • Kondrup JK et al Outcome from nutritional support using hospital food. Nutrition. 14:319-321, 1998
  • Vitaflo. Guide to disease related malnutrition. Vitaflo No date given.
  • Edington J, Kon P, Martyn CN,
  • Prevalence of malnutrition in patients in general practice.  Clinical Nutrition 1996;15:60-63
  • Larsson J et al.  Effect of dietary supplement on nutritional status and clinical outcome in 501 geriatric patients – a randomised study.  Clin.Nutr 1990; 9: 179 - 184

First published 04/04

Last reviewed 01/10

Target Group
Adult, Male, Female,
Language
English,


A leaflet for people who need simple advice to add more energy to their diet. The advice in this leaflet may not be suitable for people with diabetes, allergies or other medical conditions.

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