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Common Questions About Eating

There are some common problems that can make it harder for older people to follow through on smart food choices. Visit the National Institute on Aging for their article containing some problem-solving suggestions for the following questions:

Tired of cooking or eating alone?
Problems chewing food?
Sometimes hard to swallow your food?
Food tastes different?
Feeling sad and don’t want to eat?
Just not hungry?
Trouble getting enough calories?
Physical problems making it hard to eat?
Can foods and medicines interact?
Lactose intolerant?
Weight issues adding to frailty?