This week is Nutrition and Hydration Week, an excellent campaign which celebrates food and drink as a way of maintaining health and wellbeing. As part of the Week, the Malnutrition Task Force will be looking at malnutrition among older people in the community and highlighting wonderful examples of initiatives that can help tackle this.
Good hydration is so important to a good quality of life, but we know it’s easy for older people to slip through the net and not get enough to drink. In this blog, Dr Lisa Wilson, a registered Public Health Nutritionist based in the UK and specialising in nutrition in older people, talks about a new […]
This blog post is from Rick Wilson, Director of Nutrition at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Rick shares with us the importance of keeping well hydrated in both normal and warm weather. With temperatures plunging across the UK, many will be heading off to hotter climes to escape the brisk weather. But whether you’re […]