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Those with dysphagia have difficulty chewing and/or swallowing food, sometimes experiencing pain in the process. There are two types: oropharyngeal (which is related to problems in the mouth or pharynx) and esophageal. In oropharyngeal dysphagia, individuals have problems initiating a swallow; in esophageal dysphagia, the person can swallow but problems arise as food passes through the esophagus. This section includes nutrition designs for those with dysphagia or swallowing difficulties.
Ready-to-drink and made from 100% juice, our thickened apple juice, Thick-It AquaCare H20 contains no fructose corn syrup…