Nutrition & Hydration

This course is suited to those who are involved in the planning and provision of meals for those in care. It provides a solid insight into the basics of good nutrition as well as providing practical guidance for how to put these into practice within a care setting. Attending delegates will also look briefly at Food Hygiene.

Course Content
  • Food Standards Agency
  • Eat well plate
  • Labelling
  • How food affects us
  • Menu planning
  • Food additives
  • Eating regularly & times
  • The cost of poor diet
  • Hydration
  • Attitudes to foods & religions
  • Suitable choices
  • Snacks to enjoy, snacks to avoid
  • Wholegrain foods
  • Alternative foods
  • Food Hygiene & cooking methods

This course will be tailored to appropriately suit child, adult, learning disability and mental health settings. The course may be extended to a full day to look at nutrition in greater depth.

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