By Ann Fry, MSW I’d like to discuss the needs of the cancer patient and the provider of their needs as a “team.” In other words, how do you really work together on this project we can call CANCER or “The Big C”? First and foremost, let’s declare you are in this...
5 delicious meals that are easy to swallow
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...
Caregivers keeping it fresh
Storing and labeling: how to keep track of fridge and freezer food to minimize waste, and optimize your time
Creative Combinations: integrating new and healthy foods into meals you already make
by Corinne Easterling of Meals to Heal Making nutritious meals can be challenging and especially when trying to devise a new, untested recipe that is satisfying and flavorful. We have some easy ways to improve your old favorites by using simple ingredient swaps or...
Quick caregiver meals: healthy, fun, fast and cheap
To save you time and money, we’ve gathered some quick, affordable, easy, and delicious breakfast options!
When your loved one refuses to eat what you’ve prepared
How many times have you thought of a great meal idea that you are sure will be tasty and pleasing, gone grocery shopping, prepared the recipe and made a nice presentation for your loved one, and then hear from them, “I just can’t eat that”?
The Caregiver’s Kitchen: How to Prevent Food Borne Illness
Preparing meals for a cancer patients and practicing safe food handling doesn’t have to be a stressful process. Here’s are some easy techniques to prevent food borne illness AND make tasty meals.
Supermarket Hacks: Caregivers – spend less money on healthier food
How often do you leave the supermarket with much more than you intended to buy going in?
Caregivers, Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Proper Nutrition
There are a lot of fad-diets posing as nutrition out there and a caregiver needs to know the facts to get and stay truly healthy.