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  • Nutrition and Aging
    Web Links 2004 2003 2002 and earlier 2004 2003 2002 and earlier Research and Reports 2004 Book Publisher Journal Publisher JAMA Year 1997 Pages 287 Article Title Edition V278 Contact Information If applicable Comments If applicable Search Resource Center Type Keyword ADVANCED SEARCH National Resource Center on Nutrition Physical Activity Aging Florida International University OE 200 Miami FL 33199 Phone 305 348 1517 Fax 305 348 1518 E mail nutrionandaging

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  • Nutrition and Aging
    patients were offered fortified food and snacks providing an extra 22 2 g protein day and 966 kcal day in addition to the standard menu Fortification significantly increased energy intake in the intervention group P 0 007 independent samples t test having the greatest effect on groups with the lowest energy intake that is male and female orthopaedic female medical and female elderly patients 84 cent of total The increases in energy intake were 21 3 cent 21 4 cent 23 cent and 19 6 cent respectively Although the increased energy and protein intake represented 25 6 cent and 22 5 cent respectively of the supplements given and suggested that wastage was high it was nevertheless sufficient to remove energy deficit We therefore propose that provision of fortified food and snacks is a convenient method of improving the nutritional intakes of hospital patients Type Journal Bibliographic Record Resource Type If applicable Author s Gall MJ Grimble GK Reeve NJ Thomas SJ Book Publisher Journal Publisher Clin Nutr Year 1998 Pages 259 264 Article Title Effect of providing fortified meals and between meal snacks on energy and protein intake of hospital patients Edition V17 No 6 Contact Information If applicable Comments

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  • Nutrition and Aging
    main sections A chartbook containing text and figures that illustrates major trends in the health of Americans and a trend tables section that contains 147 detailed data tables The two main components are supplemented by an executive summary a highlights section an extensive appendix and reference section and an index Type Resource Resource Resource Type If applicable Report Author s CDC Book Publisher Journal Publisher None Year 2006 Pages Article

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  • Nutrition and Aging
    Article Author s Wellman NS Book Publisher Journal Publisher None Year 2007 Pages Article Title Edition Contact Information If applicable Comments If applicable Search Resource Center Type Keyword ADVANCED SEARCH National Resource Center on Nutrition Physical Activity Aging Florida International University OE 200 Miami FL 33199 Phone 305 348 1517 Fax 305 348 1518 E mail nutrionandaging fiu edu This website is supported in part by a grant from the

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  • Nutrition and Aging
    s U S Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Aging Book Publisher Journal Publisher None Year 2007 Pages Article Title Edition Contact Information If applicable Comments If applicable Search Resource Center Type Keyword ADVANCED SEARCH National Resource Center on Nutrition Physical Activity Aging Florida International University OE 200 Miami FL 33199 Phone 305 348 1517 Fax 305 348 1518 E mail nutrionandaging fiu edu This website is supported

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  • Publications from the Center
    PM Older adults receiving home enteral nutrition enteral regimen provider involvement and health care outcomes J Parenter Enteral Nutr 2004 28 92 8 Silver HJ Wellman NS Galindo Ciocin D Johnson P Family caregivers of older adults on home enteral nutrition have multiple unmet task related training needs and low overall preparedness for caregiving J Am Diet Assoc 2004 104 43 50 Sindler AJ Wellman NS Stier OB Holocaust survivors report long term effects on attitudes toward food J Nutr Educ Behav 2004 36 189 196 Weddle DO Cuervo L Eat Better Move More Promoting nutrition and physical activity among community residing Cuban American older women Generations 2004 Wellman NS Johnson MA Food and nutrition for healthier aging overview Generations 2004 Wellman NS Johnson MA Translating the science of nutrition into the art of healthy eating Overview Generations 2004 28 6 10 Wellman NS Kamp BF Federal food and nutrition assistance programs for older people Generations 2004 28 78 83 Wellman NS Kondracki NL Johnson P Himburg SP Aging in introductory and life cycle nutrition textbooks Gerontol Geriatr Educ 2004 24 67 86 Wellman NS Nutrition and older adults Why you should care Talking to Families and Caregivers Generations 2004 28 97 99 Wellman NS Resources Information about nutrition and aging Generations 2004 28 100 102 2003 Andrews YN Castellanos VH Development of a method for estimation of food and fluid intakes by nursing assistants in long term care facilities a pilot study J Am Diet Assoc 2003 103 873 7 Bobroff LB Turner RE Weddle DO Brake JH Lieberman LS Allen TB Interactive learning for congregate nutrition site nutrition education a pilot study J Nutr Elder 2003 23 81 93 Castellanos VH Silver HJ Gallagher Allred C Smith TR Nutrition issues in home community and long term care setting Nutr Clin Pract 2003 18 21 36 Silver HJ Wellman NS Nutrition diagnosing and order writing value for practitioners quality for clients J Am Diet Assoc 2003 103 1470 1472 Commentary Triana AJ Apanius V Richmond C Castellanos VH Restricting food intake during a single meal did not affect food intake in older adults Appetite 2003 41 79 86 2002 Castellanos VH Andrews YN Inherent flaws in a method of estimating meal intake commonly used in long term care facilities J Am Diet Assoc 2002 102 826 30 Kaempfer DJ Wellman NS Himburg SP Dietetic student s low knowledge attitudes and work preferences toward older adults indicate need for improved education about aging J Am Diet Assoc 2002 102 197 202 Kondracki N Wellman NS Amundson DR Content analysis review of methods and their applications in nutrition education J Nutr Educ Behav 2002 34 224 30 Silver HJ Wellman NS Family caregiver training is needed to improve outcomes for older adults using home care technologies J Am Diet Assoc 2002 102 831 836 Silver HJ Wellman NS Nutrition education may reduce burden in family caregivers J Nutr Educ Behav 2002 34 S53 S58 Weddle DO Himburg SP Collins N Lewis

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  • Thanksgiving Meal Demo
    be consistent with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2005 Detailed recipes were provided to the 36 attendees who also actively participated in a discussion on healthy food choices and good nutrition Finally the center participants were shown how the simple menu could be prepared before settling down to enjoy the meal Please click on the links below for pictures and the recipes The modified recipes pdf Slideshow pdf Slideshow ppt

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  • Nutrition and Aging
    February 11 2002 An Issue Panel Report posted 5 2002 Back to top Issue Panel on Marketing Elderly Nutrition Services Washington DC Date to be determined This meeting conducted by the Center will call together experts in the field of nutrition and aging AoA SUA Nutritionists and representatives from the Meals on Wheels Association of America and the National Association of Nutrition and Aging Services Programs to develop a marketing plan The need to develop such a plan of action came out of the Nutrition 2030 Expert Advisory Council Strategic Planning Conference November 1999 The actions to address include the following ENPs get together and develop unified messages with State Units on Aging Area Agencies on Aging etc Identify common audiences for a unified message Develop methods tactics to disseminate this message i e radio television print media internet Increase the visibility of the Elder Care Locator service Work with the Advertising Council or other entity to develop appropriate messages Develop a means to evaluate the impact of the marketing strategies The Center will facilitate the development and implementation of the marketing strategies developed by the panel Back to top Search Resource Center Type Keyword ADVANCED SEARCH National Resource Center

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