Although it is common for most people to eat a little less and experience changes in their appetite as they age, severe changes in diet can lead to malnutrition and other negative health outcomes for seniors. Simply having a poor appetite for a short period of time doesn’t automatically spell trouble, but getting less nutrients over time can be problematic. That’s why we need to pay closer attention to the nutritional status of seniors at home and in care communities.

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