5 delicious meals that are easy to swallow
cooking with dietary restrictions

So many of the people we care for have a hard time eating because of swallowing difficulties. One solution is to prepare meals that are especially moist and soft. Cooking for someone with dietary restrictions doesn’t have to be boring — here are 5 delicious recipes that are healthy and easy to swallow.

grilled sea bass with herbs

Photo by Alexpro9500

Moist and tender whole sea bass

Photo by Leo Gong

Roasted halibut with lime, papaya, and avocado salsa

Photo by Cooking Comfort Care

Turkey Tortellini Soup

Photo by Marissa of Get Off Your Tush and Cook

Sweet potato-kale hash topped with an Egg

Photo by Cara Anselmo, MS, RDN, CD

Vegan chocolate cheesecake

 

Thanks to Jessica Iannotta, MS, RD, CSO, CDN, for compiling these recipes.

Written by Savor Health
Savor Health offers a comprehensive range of nutrition services for people with cancer and their loved ones. Using the latest technology and research, Savor provides individually personalized nutrition solutions that meet each patient’s unique needs from prevention to survivorship. Services include individually curated information and resources, one on one nutrition counseling with oncology-credentialed registered dietitians and home delivery of meals tailored to individual needs and tastes. Savor is in the business of nourishing the body, mind and spirit of people with cancer. Cancer starves the body of nutrition. Savor Health uses nutrition to fight cancer.

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