As COVID-19 continues to impact our communities and healthcare systems, we wanted to turn our focus this week to how individuals with feed tubes and can stay safe and healthy during the pandemic. The best way to prevent getting the virus is to avoid being exposed from it. However this is a difficult task when … Continue reading Tube Feeds and COVID-19
Protein is a necessary nutrient for building and repairing the body. For a healthy, balanced enteral nutrition regimen, each meal should consist of a source of protein to keep you going! Getting the proper amounts of protein can be difficult, especially when on a budget. This list is full of high-quality protein options that blend … Continue reading Proteins that Won’t Break the Bank
Hi everyone! My name is Hannah Scott and I am super excited to be the new intern for Lynn Kline Nutrition. I am a senior at Clemson University majoring in Food Science and Human Nutrition with the hope to be a dietitian someday! Why did you choose to study nutrition? I worked at a local … Continue reading Meet Hannah, Our 2020 Nutrition Intern!
In America it's estimated that food allergies effect 32 million people, including those with feeding tubes. There are many benefits to making your own blenderized tube feed (BTF), or blenderized diet, but one of the most appealing reasons for many is that by making their own tube feed formula, they can guarantee that certain allergens … Continue reading Food Allergies and Blenderized Tube Feeds
Happy New Year's Day! It's hard to believe that 2018 has come and gone! The new year is the perfect time for a fresh start, whether it's learning something new or creating new, healthy habits. Here are our top three viewed Tubie Tuesday posts from 2018: Tube Talk: Feeding Tubes 101 Our intestines are kind … Continue reading Top 3 Tube Feed Blog Post from 2018!