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Nutrition and Dietetics information for GPs

These leaflets are for use by health professionals only


BDA food fact sheet: Malnutrition - For patients with a poor appetite including guidance on improving dietary intake

Dietary and lifestyle advice for Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux, Hiatus Hernia, Oesophagitis and Heartburn - Diet and lifestyle advice for patients with reflux symptoms

Drinking enough fluid 

Eating and drinking with dementia - A guide for relatives and carers of people with dementia about the challenges associated with eating and drinking and strategies to address these

Eating well for kidney problems - For people with early stage (1-3) Chronic Kidney Disease to support good blood pressure, weight and blood glucose management

Healthy eating

Heart healthy diet - Guidance on healthy eating to either help reduce the risk of heart disease or for people with existing heart disease

High fibre diet

Iron rich diet - For people who have been advised by a health professional to increase their dietary intake of iron

Malnutrition self screening - screening for your own risk of malnutrition

Managing your weight during pregnancy - A guide to eating healthily during pregnancy.

Nourishing drinks - Recipes for drinks (sweet and savoury) and soups which can provide extra nourishment for people with a poor appetite who are not eating well

Vaccination advice for people with coeliac disease

Weight loss plan - For those wishing to follow a structured 12 week weight loss plan:

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