Eating Better, Feeling Better
Eating Better, Feeling Better
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|NDR-UK Ref No:||9310|
|Publication Format:||A5 leaflet|
A leaflet for people who have a poor appetite or have lost weight and need simple advice on how 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.
Advice requires some explanation from a Health Professional who has basic nutrition knowledge to enable correct implementation.
To enable clients and their carers:
- to understand the need to increase their nutritional and fluid intake
- to apply the dietary advice.
The resource will:
- provide first-line nutritional information that will facilitate weight gain
- stand alone
- be suitable for health and related professionals, including dietitians, and pharmacists, carers' groups and NHS24, NHS Choices and related first-line/primary care interfaces
- provide food first ways to increase energy and protein via high-protein, high-energy /weight promotion and adequate fluid information
- include food-first snack information
- include soft and light food.
The resource will NOT directly address/target:
- texture modification
- cancer management information
- supplements (prescribable)
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