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Eating is a social experience. We’ve done it all our lives!

Eating is a social experience. We’ve done it all our lives!
A Common Pleasure Think back to some of your favorite holidays. There is always a common theme that accompanies any celebration: food. Even in our ...

Why EAT Bar?

Why EAT Bar?
Why a snack? Why a treat? Why EAT Bar? These are questions I explored in my research during product development.  My ultimate goal was to creativel...

Create a Positive Taste For Cancer Patients

Create a Positive Taste For Cancer Patients
Recently, I received a compelling email from a customer. She was enjoying our EAT Bar snacks; however, at the same time her story caused me to reflect who is enjoying the EAT Bar. The writer shared that she is undergoing chemotherapy treatments. She doesn’t have a diagnosed dysphagia (or swallowing disorder) she was finding herself with decreased appetite and an altered sense of taste.  She reported the EAT Bar was so "sweet and yummy" that they were able to significantly decrease her “medicine mouth”.

Eating and Aging | My Grandmother

Eating and Aging | My Grandmother
As we age, we may experience a loss of taste and smell (nothing tastes like it used to), show reduced muscle strength, suffer from xerostomia (dry mouth), reduced esophageal peristalsis or opening of the upper esophageal sphincter, and vocal cords may be slightly bowed or have atrophy. Dentition may be limited or poor which may impact the oral phase of swallowing, as we chew food and our tongue mixes it with saliva.  Consequently, it is not unusual for older adults to express some degree of dissatisfaction with meal time and eating.   

EAT Bar Can Lessen the Impact of Cachexia on Patients and Families

The inability to eat or reduced desire to eat often had a profound effect on the patients and their family. This stress often brings with it negative emotions and feelings demonstrated by both parties. Following the launch of EAT Bar, we have heard many stories about patients who are fighting cancer and have found joy in consuming our product. 

The EAT Bar is honored to be mentioned on SwallowStudy.com

The EAT Bar is honored to be mentioned on SwallowStudy.com
Karen Sheffler MS CCC-SLP, a medical speech language pathologist and board certified specialist in swallowing and swallowing disorders, shares her insights on transitional foods, the EAT Bar and how it can be used in dysphagia therapy.

“Firsts” For This Entrepreneur

“Firsts” For This Entrepreneur
When I first began my journey as an entrepreneur, I really had no idea where this leap of faith would take me.  As a clinician, I witnessed first-hand the daily struggles of my patients and their caregivers dealing with the basic tasks of swallowing and eating.  I knew I wanted to do more to help them with their struggles but how that would eventually become reality was at first an unknown.

The Power of a Common Purpose

The Power of a Common Purpose
The time our team spent at the International Alzheimer’s Association Conference in Chicago this past week proved very rewarding.  Throughout each d...

Alzheimer's Association International Conference

Alzheimer's Association International Conference
Please stop by our booth (#105) at this years Alzheimer's Association International Conference for samples of our EAT Bars. Learn more about how we...

Charleston Swallowing Conference

Charleston Swallowing Conference
The EAT Bar is proud to be a National Foundation of Swallowing Disorders Sponsor and attending the Charleston Swallowing Conference. Please stop b...

A Special Thank You to Clinical Therapists

A Special Thank You to Clinical Therapists
The EAT Bar wants to express our appreciation and say thank you to all of the clinicians who have trialed our product by sharing it with patients and families.  Your commitment to finding and increasing options for your patients supports exactly what we strive to do!

The EAT Bar Story

The EAT Bar Story

So grateful have our story and mission to bring joy and dignity through food featured by the National Foundation of Swallowing Disorders! 

We've included an excerpt here but encourage you to read the full story here: http://swallowingdisorderfoundation.com/nutraphagia-dignity-and-joy-through-food/