Liquid diet raises nutrition, food-safety concerns, RDs say

05/14/2013 | MayoClinic.com

It is important to ensure a liquefied diet is nutritionally balanced, especially for patients with medical conditions that change their dietary needs, registered dietitian Jennifer Nelson writes. Juicing or blending food also raises safety concerns when using raw vegetables and fruits or meats, especially for people with medical conditions, and dietitians recommend blending or juicing only enough for one meal at a time, Nelson writes.

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