Simple enhancements make hospital food more appealing

06/16/2011 | Independent Record (Helena, Mont.)

Teresa Braden says she knows simple things such as a splash of color and how foods are arranged on a plate can make the difference in whether patients at Fort Harrison VA Hospital in Montana eat their meals, which affects nutrition and healing. The hospital cook says even simple garnishes, such as an orange slice or adding cinnamon to oatmeal, can entice the senses without interfering with nutritional guidelines set for patients.

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