As people age, their appetites often lag. Medications, pain, problems with teeth or swallowing, and the inability to taste certain flavors are only a few of the many causes of eating problems in the elderly. Most elders will, however, eat sweets. Understandably, caregivers who are trying valiantly to provide good nutrition to their loved ones can become frustrated when the only foods their elders want are sugary and devoid of nutrients.
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