Eating and drinking with Motor Neurone Disease (MND)

Listed in: Motor neuron disease  
Eating and drinking with Motor Neurone Disease (MND)

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Guidance and recipes adapted for people with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and carers.

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Countries of use

Countries where English is spoken.




Motor Neurone Disease Association UK
(Based in United Kingdom)


Including funding from Morrisons Supermarket Foundation and Worshipful Company of Cooks of London

Medical Adviser

As developer with specialist nutritionists, dieticians and the Association of British Dieticians


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities
Information Information


The web app pulls together information and advice on food and drink for people with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and their carers.

 The app includes sections on:

  • How MND can affect eating and drinking
  • How to adapt diet, for example to maintain weight, stay hydrated and focus on easy to swallow foods
  • Guidance on using tube feeders
  • Advice and equipment for eating away from home
  • Collection of easy to swallow recipes including snacks, meat fish and vegetable dishes, desserts and drinks and smoothies.

 As well as the web app, the information is available in print from the Association, and as a downloadable PDF.

Tags: Disability  ·  Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)  ·  Medical


Reviewer: Webapp created by the UK patient group Motor Neurone Disease Association, and including in their online library of recommended apps
Review: “Eating and drinking with MND web app features a summary of the information and all the recipes from our Eating and drinking with motor neurone disease guide. Use this web app to easily access the recipes at any location, eg when shopping for ingredients or preparing meals in the kitchen. It can be used on smart phones or tablets - the content will adjust to fit the screen. A shortcut can be saved to the home screen of your mobile device, for instant access. It is free to use and best to download when you are on Wi-Fi.”
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