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Good nutrition is important at any age but even more so as we get older. Yet, for many elderly people, maintaining a healthy diet can be a real challenge. The consequences of poor nutrition in the elderly are far-reaching and often underestimated. In this article, we seek to explain the critical role of nutrition for our ageing population and shed light on the various health implications that arise when they don’t consume proper, well-balanced meals regularly.
Maintaining a healthy calorie intake is crucial for overall well-being, but what if you or someone you know has a low appetite and needs to build up their calorie intake? One effective strategy is to add calories to their favourite foods. By making some simple adjustments, you can increase the calorie content of meals and snacks, making them more appealing and easier to consume.
I often talk about the many reasons why we lose our appetite as we age (loneliness, medication, taste and mouth issues etc) but there is something even more basic than these reasons for not eating well later in life.
This is the physical side of opening the foodstuff and carrying it around!
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