Jul 22, 2018
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The expectations for superb dining and health-conscious food are growing. As residents’ expectations change, so must we — to provide person-centered dining options that are attractive to them and their families. Nutrition Care Systems can help you develop menus reflecting this new clientele and their expectations — so that you can exceed them.

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Dietitian Consulting

Working together to bring better nutrition to those you serve.

Nutrition Care Systems, Inc., provides nutrition consultation services for healthcare providers. Our proactive leadership style and ability to seamlessly adapt to our clients’ operating structures help us achieve compliance, superior clinical proficiency and operational efficiency for our clients — as we work together to bring better nutrition to the people we serve.

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Sodium- How much is too much?

Sodium is a chemical element with the symbol Na.  Sodium occurs naturally in most foods and is found as a compound of which sodium chloride or table salt is the most common. Sodium is also added to many food products. Some of these added forms are monosodium glutamate (MSG), sodium nitrite, sodium saccharin, baking soda ... [ Read More ]

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Weight Changes and Nutritional Challenges in the Elderly

As we age it is normal for our appetites to become decreased. Aging results in a decrease in physical activity and metabolic rate. However, residents in long term care facilities who continue to lose weight can be at a higher mortality rate. According to the Annals of Long-Term Care; physiologic, pathologic, psychologic, and sociologic factors ... [ Read More ]

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