A Kitchen Manual for Preparation of Modified Texture Diets. 3rd Edition – Download


Janet Martin, BSc., BND, APD, is an accredited practising dietitian with over 20 years experience of creating standards and recipes for texture modified diets for swallowing disorders, and has been a dysphagia management specialist with the Dietitians Association of Australia.

This third edition is based on current national guidelines for dysphagia management, and provides an updated and practical guide to enable kitchens to use the guidelines.

The overall objective is to improve presentation of texture modified meals in nursing homes and hospitals.

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