How Do I have a Soft Nourishing Diet?
How Do I have a Soft Nourishing Diet?
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Guidance to help people with cancer who have a sore mouth or difficulty chewing or swallowing to get all the nourishment they need through a softer diet.
Advice requires some explanation from a Health Professional who has basic nutrition knowledge to enable correct implementation.
To enable clients and their carers understand how to adapt their diet to cope with a range of side effects associated with their cancer or the treatment and to improve their diet generally.
The Target Group will understand how to adapt their diet to cope with a range of side effects associated with their cancer, its treatment and/or to improve the diet generally for people with eating/appetite difficulties during palliative care/convalescense.
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