6 Reasons Why Older Adults May Not Eat Enough (Part 2 of 2)
Good nutrition contributes greatly to a senior's quality of life, and eating only small quantities of food may, on its own, not be a sign of senior malnutrition. If you think a senior loved one doesn't get enough calories, is losing weight or appears malnourished, then it is wise to seek ways to help.
Once you identify the underlying reasons why an older adult isn’t eating well, then you can take the steps outlined above to help get him or her back on the path to wellness. Refer to our earlier blog article ‘6 Reasons Why Older Adults May Not Eat Enough (Part I)’ to identify why your parent or senior loved one is not eating well.
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