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Easy-to-swallow, Easy-to-chew Cookbook: Over 150 Tasty and Nutritious Recipes for People Who Have Difficulty Swallowing

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    Donna L. Weihofen(Author) JoAnne Robbins(Author) Paula A. Sullivan(Author)

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Delicious and nourishing recipes that are easy to eat and swallowThe simple act of eating is a challenge for millions of people whose ability to chew and swallow has been compromised by the debilitating effects of age or disease. The Easy–to–Swallow, Easy–to–Chew Cookbook presents a collection of more than 150 nutritious recipes that make eating enjoyable and satisfying for anyone who has difficulty chewing or swallowing. It also shares helpful tips and techniques to make eating easier for the elderly and those with such diseases as Parkinson′s, AIDS, or head and neck cancers.Donna L. Weihofen, RD, MS (Verona, WI), is a nutritionist and the author of The Cancer Survival Cookbook (0–471–34668–3) and Magic Spices (Wiley: 0–471–34683–7). JoAnne Robbins, PhD (Madison, WI), is founder of the University of Wisconsin′s clinical Swallowing Service. Paula A. Sullivan, MS, CCC–SLP (Madison, WI), is a speech pathologist who specializes in swallowing rehabilitation.

Donna L. Weihofen, RD, MS (Verona, WI), is a nutritionist and the author of The Cancer Survival Cookbook and Magic Spices.JoAnne Robbins, PhD (Madison, WI), is founder of the University of Wisconsin's clinical Swallowing Service.Paula A. Sullivan, MS, CCC-SLP (Madison, WI), is a speech pathologist who specializes in swallowing rehabilitation.

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  • By Mrs Lisa Mary Fulham on 25 August 2016

    I bought this book for ideas for meals to cook for my dad after surgery to remove mouth cancer. I found the American measurements & ingredients a hindrance, but mostly the thing I found most frustrating was the meals themselves which were completely outdated and insufficient for someone who has had the surgery my dad has had

  • By Mrs. B. Boughton on 8 December 2009

    I bought this book for someone who was restricted to pureed food because of swallowing difficulties following a stroke. I found it difficult to find a book on pureed food rather than just soft food. This one does have some recipes for pureed food but the majority are for soft food. Nevertheless, it has proved useful just for those few recipes.

  • By G. Lewis on 28 December 2009

    Bought this for a realtive who has achalasia; they picked up some good ideas from it, especially in trying to ensure the diet is varied and includes balance (protein, carbs, etc).

  • By Mr. P. Dobson on 6 September 2011

    I bought this book for my wife who has a swallowing problem. It has some good recipes in it but is based on USA measurements which is a bit of a pain.

  • By M D Singer on 2 March 2015

    I did not find this book very useful. American cup measures are a nuisance, but can be coped with, but I could not identify English equivalents for a great many of the ingredients required.

  • By Mrs S on 19 February 2016

    Good explanation at start of book. However American so can't get some ingredients in UK.

  • By valhalla on 12 February 2015

    No good for UK use

  • By BJW on 20 September 2015

    Very Useful


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