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Impact of food fortification on nutritional outcomes and satisfaction in the older people: A systematic literature review protocol

Abstract : Malnutrition, a recognized pathology in the older adults, corresponds to an imbalance of nutritional intake compared to the body's needs. To treat this disease, several alternatives can be used, among which there is food fortification. Food-based fortification (also known as dietary enrichment) corresponds to the addition of conventional foods or high calorie and/or nutrients ingredients in the person's meals and dishes. It is a strategy used to treat moderate and severe malnutrition but can be employed as prevention. In this context, the purpose of the present study was to conduct a systematic review of all studies related to the nutritional and satisfaction issue of fortified foods dedicated to elderlies. This review is expected (1) to describe the solutions that have been developed in the area of food-based fortification, (2) to evaluate whether these solutions can be relevant and effective levers to preserve or improve nutritional outcomes of older people, and (3) to shed light on the acceptability of these solutions in older people to better understand their needs.
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Alexia Geny, Maïté Petitjean, Virginie van Wymelbeke-Delannoy, Claire Sulmont- Rossé. Impact of food fortification on nutritional outcomes and satisfaction in the older people: A systematic literature review protocol. 2021. ⟨hal-03180038⟩

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