Dysphagia Menu

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Nutrition Dysphagia Level 4 Why should I follow a ... Tips for a Dysphagia Level 4 Diet: • Read all food packages. Avoid items that contain dried fruit, nuts or seeds. • When eating out, ask the waiter or waitress detailed questions about the items on the menu.

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Dysphagia Diet Food Texture Descriptors

The Dysphagia Diet Food Texture Descriptors are for individuals who have oro-pharyngeal dysphagia. Food for individuals who are generally unwell can usually be available from the ‘soft food’ options on a menu.

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National Dysphagia Diet Menu - Level 2

Breakfast Morning Specialties Buttermilk Pancakes Scrambled Eggs - regular, cholesterol-free Cottage Cheese & Fruit Plate Diced Fruit - peaches, pears Fresh Banana Applesauce Yogurt Pureed Bread ⎯with your choice of toppings.

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American College of Radiology ACR Appropriateness Criteria

Date of origin: 1998 Last review date: 2010 ACR Appropriateness Criteria ® 1 Dysphagia American College of Radiology ACR Appropriateness Criteria

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National Dysphagia Diet Menu - Beverages & Level 1

Beverages Thickened — honey or nectar consistency Coffee - regular, decaf Milk - 2%, vanilla Juice - orange, cranberry, apple Hot Drinks — if thin liquids are allowed Coffee - regular, decaf French Vanilla Cappuccino Hot Chocolate - regular, no sugar added Hot Tea - regular, decaf Herbal Tea ...

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Dysphagia Level 1 Pureed Sample 1-Day Menu

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National Dysphagia Level 1 Pureed Nutrition Therapy

National Dysphagia Diet Level 1: Dysphagia Pureed – Page 2 Food Textures for NDD Level 1: Dysphagia Pureed (continued) Cereals (Cereals may have just enough milk to moisten) Recommended • Smooth, homogenous, cooked cereals such as farina-type cereals.

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Contents Meal and Dietary Services

3 Appendix 1: Extract from the Personal Assistance Services Matrix..... 4 Appendix 2: Dysphagia ... Registrants must obtain appropriate professional advice (Registered Dietitian or food service supervisor/diet technician) to plan menu rotations ...

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Two-Week Sample Menu for Hemodialysis Patients

Module 9 – Nutrition and Fluids Two Week Sample Menu for Hemodialysis Patients (Provides 80 grams of Protein) SUND AY M OND AY TU ESD AY W EDN ESD

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Dysphagia - Level 2

For more information or to speak with a Registered Dietitian, call OSF Saint Francis Nutrition Access Line (309) 655-3705. Form No. 801-7753 (reviewed 9/03) Nutrition Dysphagia - Level 2 Food Group Foods allowed Foods not allowed Beverages: Extra thick milkshakes, sherbet All thin liquid (unless ...

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