Food strategies for seniors in home care.

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Food Restrictions, Limitations and Allergies

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Gluten-free products.

Fortunately, gluten-free is big business now, and gluten-free products are not difficult to find. As with any product that guarantees it does not include a limited food type, however, watch for substitute ingredients that may be undesirable or simply un-nutritious: fats, sugars, additives, excess salt, and empty calories.

And, finally, do not confuse the label “Wheat-Free” with “Gluten-Free.” It is possible for a “wheat-free” product to contain gluten.

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