Ideas that can help you
Don’t be surprised if your loved one’s tastes change from day to day. There may be days when they will not want a usual favourite or say it tastes bad now.
Keep foods including snacks within easy reach to help your loved one eat quickly when they are ready to have something to eat.
Offering gentle support will be much more helpful than pushing your loved one to eat. Suggest they try small frequent meals when he or she has no appetite.
Do not make eating a battle, talking with your loved one about ways to manage eating problems together will help you both feel more in control.