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[DYSPHAGIA] cookbooks

  • Subject: [DYSPHAGIA] cookbooks
  • From: info@interactivetherapy.com (Interactive Therapeutics, Inc.)
  • Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1999 10:52:04 -0400

Judith, we publish a booklet called Swallowing Problems: A Guide for the
Patient and Family. It covers food texture modification and some sample
recipes as well as information on swallowing disorders. Various cookbooks
are available for pureed diet textures. I can get the references for you if
you are interested. Give me a call at 800-253-5111. Jan

At 11:36 PM 4/27/99 +0100, you wrote:
>At 4:53 AM +0100 4/28/99, Gibbes wrote:
>> If anyone can  give me the names of some  cookbooks that focus on
>> recipes for the dysphagia patient...
> I do hope people will post this info to the list.
>Similarly, I'd appreciate any books with "tips" on "how to )manage when
>swallowing is difficult" -  perhaps there are booklets or articles that
>people give to their patients?
>I've been thinking of writing ..... there's no point in me re-inventing the
>wheel, so I'd like to know what the need is.
>(a way to put to use what I've learned in over 35 years of
>"living with achalsia")
>In connection,
>Judith Winter
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