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Healthy Eating and Healthy Aging for Adults [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

HealthLinkBC Health File overview about healthy eating healthy aging for adults including the important nutrients, supplements and resources. Number 68j. (Chinese - Traditional)

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Healthy Eating for Seniors [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

This handbook addresses food safety,includes information about supplements, how to eat with a chronic disease, offers you simple ways to eat with less fat and salt,to keep a healthy body weight, to shop for healthy food on a budget, and to read labels, tips and recipes from other seniors. TO ORDER COPIES go to: www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/family-social-supports/seniors/health-safety/active-aging/healthy-eating/healthy-eating-for-seniors-handbook (Chinese - Traditional)

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Thickened Fluids (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Describes what dysphagia is, identifies which fluid thickness is safest, and how to thicken fluids. The dietitian provides the amount of thickened fluids needed each day.(Given in consultation with a dietitian) (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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English (265449), Tagalog (265560), Punjabi (265554), Italian (265559), Korean (265558), Vietnamese (265555), Chinese - Simplified (265557), Chinese - Traditional (265556)

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265556
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Dysphagia Puree Diet (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Describes what dysphagia is, identifies what foods are safest, how to make swallowing easier, foods to choose and foods to avoid. (Given in consultation with a dietitian) (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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English (265446), Punjabi (265837), Vietnamese (265838), Chinese - Traditional (265839), Chinese - Simplified (265840), Korean (265841), Japanese (265842), Italian (265843)

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265839
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Dysphagia Minced Diet (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Describes what dysphagia is, identifies what foods are safest, how to make swallowing easier, foods to choose and foods to avoid. (Given in consultation with a dietitian) (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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English (265447), Japanese (266282), Punjabi (266277), Vietnamese (266278), Chinese - Traditional (266279), Chinese - Simplified (266280), Korean (266281), Italian (266283)

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266279
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Foods to Avoid When Having Trouble Swallowing - Dysphagia Regular (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Lists foods in these groups: foods that are dry, sticky, or stringy; foods that have a mixed consistency; foods that have a mixed texture; and foods that do not hold together (non-cohesive). (Given in consultation with a dietitian) (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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English (265448), Punjabi (266360), Vietnamese (266361), Chinese - Traditional (266362), Chinese - Simplified (266363), Korean (266364), Japanese (266365), Italian (266366)

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266362
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Dysphagia Easy to Chew (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Describes what dysphagia is, identifies what foods are safest, how to make swallowing easier, foods to choose and foods to avoid. (Given in consultation with a dietitian) (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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English (265445), Vietnamese (266384), Italian (266389), Japanese (266388), Korean (266387), Punjabi (266383), Chinese - Simplified (266386), Chinese - Traditional (266385)

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266385
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Using Foods to Thicken Fluids (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Describes how to make thickened fluids using common foods. Includes recipes using natural thickeners so they are either nectar thick, honey thick, or pudding thick. (Given in consultation with a dietitian) (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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English (265450), Punjabi (266390), Vietnamese (266391), Chinese - Traditional (266392), Chinese - Simplified (266393), Korean (266394), Japanese (266395), Italian (266396)

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266392
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