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Food - changes in or loss of taste

5 Solutions for Food - changes in or loss of taste

Eat 5 to 6 small meals a day, and snack whenever you are hungry

Self-Management

4 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 75% reported success

sentiment_neutral 25% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Choose nutritious or filling drinks

Self-Management

Such as milk or nutritional milkshakes or smoothies.

3 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 100% reported success

sentiment_neutral 0% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Always have a snack with you

Self-Management

Favorite foods always on hand.

2 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 100% reported success

sentiment_neutral 0% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Determine which times of day you are hungry and eat at those times

Self-Management

2 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 100% reported success

sentiment_neutral 0% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Eat nutritious snacks that are high in calories and protein

Self-Management

Dried fruits, nuts and nut butters, yogurt, cheeses, eggs, milkshakes, ice cream, cereal, pudding, and protein bars or granola bars.

1 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 100% reported success

sentiment_neutral 0% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

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