Catering with Fortification in Mind16 Apr 2020
As a result of illness appetite may be reduced. There may also be a requirement for increased nutrition to help with recovery. A common approach to supporting patients with this need is fortification. If you are catering with fortification in mind there are an number of things to consider.
Take a look at our VideoCast on catering with fortification in mind and get valuable insights from our expert panel who deal with this in their day-to-day lives.
Catering with Fortification in Mind VideoCast covers:
- What is fortification and how does it help recovery?
- How can foods be fortified effectively?
- Fortification strategies
- Preparing food for fortification
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“BAPEN (the British Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition) is a Charitable Association that raises awareness of malnutrition and works to advance the nutritional care of patients and those at risk from malnutrition in the wider community.” – BAPEN website
For access to BAPEN’s free to use, downloadable leaflets on food fortification and other information supporting patients at risk of malnutrition click HERE.
Click the links to download the resources:
Food First – Noursihing Drink Recipes – NHS West and North Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group
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