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Healthiest Supplement Drinks For Seniors And Diabetics

As our parents age, one of the worries we have to contend with is whether or not they are receiving adequate nutrition from their daily diets. Nutritional drinks may help fill nutrition gaps in your diet. The simple fact is that, as we age, our nutritional needs change. However, most of our diets never make the transition necessary to accommodate our changing nutritional requirements. See my full reviews below Undernutrition in the Elderly According to one study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, “Undernutrition is a risk factor for increased mortality in older adults,” making it a problem that can’t be ignored. Undernutrition in the elderly is driven by these primary factors: Physical difficulties chewing and swallowing many foods Cognitive difficulties with remembering how to prepare nutritious meals or with remembering to eat at all Fatigue and a lack of motivation or desire to prepare meals Changing nutritional needs due to age-related physical changes in the body Seniors require a nutrient-dense diet — one rich in protein, vitamins D, B12 and calcium. For those unable to meet their nutrient needs, dietary supplements, in the form of fortified beve Continue reading >>

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  1. VsUK

    I'm experimenting with sugar free chocolate I make at home using cocoa butter & powder + sweetener & milk/milk powder. But I'm finding that I need powder form over milk as it prevents it from setting.
    I've looked up some sugar free on google & it presents me with Coconut milk. Goats milk & so forth. But looking at the carbs, the carbs are around 50-60g per 100g & 7-7g per 100g sugars.
    So, if anyone can give some advice on which ones are best to use.
    Thanks

  2. Brunneria

    I make my hot chocolate with
    cocoa powder, erythritol, hot water and a dash of double cream. Lovely.
    - I gave up on milk because even small amounts affect my blood glucose, whereas cream doesn't.
    You could try powdered coconut milk (about half the carb of powdered cow's milk), and see how that worked. There is a slight coconut taste, but then, coconut and chocolate is a great combo, so you may love it.
    http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=268726658

  3. azure

    When you say chocolate, do you mean like a bar of chocolate?
    How much milk/milk powder would you need to add? Can you not just bolus for the small amount of carbs?

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