Our EAT Snacks: What’s in a name?

Our EAT Snacks: What’s in a name?
There were many factors that came into play when we started talking about a company name. Our common goal was to create innovative products that fo...

Using Lemon for Decreased Taste and Oral Sensation

Using Lemon for Decreased Taste and Oral Sensation
When we started discussing flavors for the EAT Snacks, our product collaborator Paulette Wood M.S. ccc-slp suggested using lemon.  Upon further rev...

The EAT Snack: What is a transitional food?

The EAT Snack: What is a transitional food?
Being a speech language pathologist and mother of two young children, I realize that many of the diagnostic skills I used with my patients I also u...

Nurses: An ally in the diagnosis and treatment of dysphagia

Nurses: An ally in the diagnosis and treatment of dysphagia
Nurses play an important role in identifying dysphagia and monitoring diet tolerance in patients.  Speech Language Pathologists frequently rely on ...

Better Hearing & Speech Month: An Emphasis on the “Better”

Better Hearing & Speech Month:  An Emphasis on the “Better”
Each May, Better Hearing and Speech Month provides an opportunity to raise awareness about communication and swallowing disorders and the role clin...

Pleasure Feeds and Comfort Foods

Pleasure Feeds and Comfort Foods
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/susan-r-dolan/how-you-feed-a-dying-person_b_8073218.html   When we developed the EAT snack by Nutraphagia, one of ou...

Nutraphagia: Sometimes a video is the best way to tell a story

  It was a couple months ago when a daughter of a women who recently had a stroke sent me this video. It was late in the evening. It had been a ...

EAT, a snack for individuals with Alzheimer's: Anthem Memory Care Results

EAT, a snack for individuals with Alzheimer's: Anthem Memory Care Results
Anthem Memory Care Beta Test Results: In late 2017, Nutraphagia completed its first EAT trial with Anthem Memory Care which is headquartered in Por...

Life’s Unexpected Pathways: The journey I found myself on as a speech pathologist, when my friend was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

In High School, Annie and I were good friends. Always likable, she possessed a quick sense of humor, a zest for life and a talent for dance.  It is...

A Snack of Inclusion: Everyone can enjoy

When I started brainstorming ideas for my patients, I continually returned to the idea of a wafer.  I wanted something solid with a crunch that wou...

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