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Are you drinking enough?
Pamphlet
Are you drinking enough?
Gives ways to increase your fluid intake.
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Easy recipes for one or two
Book
Easy recipes for one or two
Quick, easy and nutritious recipes for one or two people, made with readily available ingredients. Revised November 2019. Formerly titled “Cooking for Older People”.
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Eating For Healthy Older People
Booklet
Eating For Healthy Older People
Revised April 2021.
Nutrition guidelines for healthy older adults, including serving sizes, physical activity and fluid intake and food safety advice. MoH code HE1145.
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Fibre and fluid for healthy bowels
Sheet
Fibre and fluid for healthy bowels
Change in format and supplier.
Gives ways to improve your intake of fluid and fibre.
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How to Eat More Fruit and Vegetables
Booklet
How to Eat More Fruit and Vegetables
Gives ideas on getting 5 servings of fruit and vegetables.
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How to look after your bones
Booklet
How to look after your bones
Looks at how bone health can be maintained as we age. Revised August 2019.
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How to overcome a poor appetite
Sheet
How to overcome a poor appetite
Change in format and supplier.
Gives ideas for when you do not feel like eating.
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Protein
Flyer
Protein
Gives information on why protein is important as we age and how to add protein to your diet.
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Quick easy meals for older people
Sheet
Quick easy meals for older people
Change in format and supplier.
Gives some simple fast meal ideas. Formerly “Quick easy meals”.
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Shopping and Cooking for One
Booklet
Shopping and Cooking for One
Gives meal ideas when living on your own.
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Smart snacking
Flyer
Smart snacking
Discusses the benefits of snacking as we age, and examples of healthy snacks.
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Tips to gain weight
Sheet
Tips to gain weight
Change in format and supplier.
Gives suggestions on maintaining weight as we age. Formerly “How to Gain Weight”.
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