Loss of appetite

Loss of appetite Teaching 1919

SN instructed that the Loss of appetite can be a serious problem; it can lead to malnutrition and severe weight loss. Eating enough of the right kinds of foods can be difficult when you do not feel like eating at all. Here are some tips to help you increase your appetite: Avoid drinking liquids before a meal, because they can fill you up. If you want to drink, then drink juices or milk—something nutritious. Eat with family or friends if possible.  Eat a variety of foods. Spice up your food with herbs, spices, and sauces. Use butter, bacon bits, croutons, wine sauces, and marinades to provide taste-pleasing meals.  Do not fill up on salads or “diet” foods. Eat vegetables and fruits along with meats, poultry, and fish to make sure you get enough calories and nutrition.  Eat smaller meals more often, especially if you fill up before you’ve eaten all your dinner.