12 April 2021

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GORD or GERD) is a chronic digestive disease that causes stomach acid to travel back up the oesophagus, resulting in heartburn.

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25 March 2021

Coronavirus and Dysphagia

COVID-19 is a highly infectious disease that affects the lungs and airways and can lead to respiratory problems. It is important to keep safe and healthy to support the immune system during these difficult times.

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17 March 2021

Eating with Your Eyes: Dysphagia & Me

Stroke and locked in syndrome survivor Dr. Kate Allatt shares her recovery journey and how she managed her dysphagia through this difficult time.

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23 February 2021

Oropharyngeal Dysphagia – Everything You Need to Know

Oropharyngeal Dysphagia is one of the types of swallowing difficulty that someone can have. Here is a guide on the causes, symptoms and treatments available and how we can help.

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15 January 2021

Dysphagia and Softer Foods: Your Questions Answered

Transitioning to a texture modified diet of softer foods can be confusing to begin with. There is a lot of information to process and you might have a lot of questions to ask, some of which we might have answered in this blog post.

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17 November 2020

Christmas Softer Foods

Nobody has to miss out this Christmas. Enjoy all the festive flavours this season with our puréed traditional trio.

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15 October 2020

IDDSI Levels & Framework

When experiencing swallowing difficulties, it is important to make sure that all food is safe for consumption. IDDSI can help you understand your recommended texture modified diet in more detail.

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23 September 2020

NEW to Softer Foods

We have introduced 10 new delicious dishes to the Softer Foods range. With new tastes to try across Level 4 Puree Petite and Level 5 Minced, there is now more flavours and more variety than ever before!

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18 September 2020

Caring for Elderly Nutrition

As we grow older, our lifestyle and dietary requirements can change. Health conditions can impact our eating habits, causing loss of appetite, thus a lack of valuable nutrients in our diet.

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