Maintain good oral hygiene

To avoid irritation and discomfort, use non-irritating toothpaste and soft toothbrushes and dental floss. Rinse your mouth with mouthwash.

Exercise or walk throughout the day.

Keeping active can help stimulate appetite.

Prepare nutritionally dense dishes.

Nutritionally dense dishes are those that include a large amount of energy and nutrients in a very small volume. You can prepare chicken or cod croquettes; empanadas (meat, tuna, egg, cheese, etc.), which can be frozen and fried or warmed up; nutritious pâtés to spread on toast or sandwiches; energy purées and soups, which can… Continue reading Prepare nutritionally dense dishes.

Ensure that the main meals of the day are complete.

Always ensure the presence of vegetables in lunch and dinner (raw or cooked), starchy foods (tubers, cereals, pulses) and protein-rich foods (meat, fish and eggs or other protein-rich foods such as soy), as indicated in the plate method. Even if it is in small quantities, for example using a small dessert plate.

Prioritise cold or lukewarm food and preparations.

Choose cold or room temperature foods. These are better tolerated because they give off less odour than hot ones: pasta salads, sandwiches, cold soups, homemade ice cream, etc.

Rinse your mouth before meals and maintain good oral hygiene.

You can use water and baking soda, lemon, or chamomile to rinse your mouth. It is important to brush your teeth after meals.

Avoid foods that can worsen constipation

Such as quince, banana, white rice, toasted bread, baked apple, or compote.

Protein-rich foods may cause increased off-flavours. To ensure their consumption, meat, fish, seafood, and eggs should be prepared in a way that masks the unpleasant taste they may cause.

Marinating meat and fish in citrus juices, sweet and sour sauces, or non-spicy spices. Eat meat mixed with sweet or aromatic foods or condiments (fruit, nuts, compotes, jams, marmalades, honey, etc.). Use recipes that mix well different ingredients such as puddings, croquettes, fritters, empanadas, or cannelloni.