Hot meals and drinks provide nourishment and comfort, so eat at least one hot meal each day and have hot drinks during the day

  • Wholesome soups make a warming snack and can be easier to chew and digest for people with related issues. 
  • Include a good range of foods in your diet (for example wholegrain cereals, milk and cheese for calcium, less meat and more fish).
  • Aim for five portions of fruit and vegetables each day to give you plenty of nutrients and vitamins.
  • Having a glass of water within reach during the daytime and a bottle of water next to your bed will remind you to keep up your fluid intake. 
  • If you are worried about a poor appetite or losing weight, speak to your doctor for advice
If you are looking to find out more about the best nutritional advice for you, as for a nutrition consultation with an expert.