Here at Grandbar Snacks we provide unique high calorie delicious, nutritious and easy to eat snack bars for the elderly. We are passionate about the wellbeing of our senior generation. Our range of bars have a wide selection of natural ingredients to support elderly people by helping improve their dietary requirements. Nothing beats whole foods to improve condition and overall health in anyone.
Our snacks are created primarily for the elderly. This is because low appetite and weight gain have been overlooked so far. The vast majority of bars in the shops are targeted at gym goers, weight loss or kids. Choose Grandbars for a natural snack that contributes to health and wellbeing.
We have a vast amount of experience in senior care through our sister company Dementia Doulas. We know that a lack of appetite and disinterest in food is often a part of the ageing process. Unfortunately there is a lack of tasty nutrient rich snacks tailored to the elderly.
This is exactly why Grandbar Snacks were born. Mary Merheim first came up with the idea in 2018 to support her own father (pictured). Finding a high calorie snack that he wanted to eat and was in some way nutritious was near impossible. She wanted to make something that, initially, appealed to the eye and taste buds! The fact they are packed with goodness makes them even better.
These bars were made for (and now in memory of) him.
They are all made with flaxseed, gluten-free oats, almond butter, walnuts, coconut oil, honey, apricots, and prunes.
All our nutrition bars are made with natural ingredients including flaxseed, gluten-free oats, almond butter, walnuts, coconut oil, honey, apricots, and prunes. Ingredients that mix perfectly to support a healthy diet. These contain a range of vitamins and minerals that have many benefits to an elderly person’s overall wellbeing: –
Our appetite naturally declines with our activity level, but the body still needs good nutrition to keep going and repair itself. Low appetites can also be caused by environmental issues, living alone, bereavement, loneliness and depression. All common in old age. Sometimes elderly people don’t have the energy to cook a ‘proper’ meal.
Our perception of taste and texture of food can change and make meals we used to enjoy become unpleasant. Also if an elderly person is in a situation where they can’t control the menu in hospital, a care home or hospice, the food may not be what they want to eat or be available when they are hungry.
Not eating enough can become a habit and losing weight for the elderly can have many disastrous medical consequences.
Contact Grandbar Snacks for more information on our senior nutrition bars in Cheltenham. We are always happy to answer any questions you have about our products to help you make the best dietary choice for you or a loved one. We understand that low appetites can be distressing, and we are here to help. Contact Grandbar Snacks today.
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