Nutritional drinks are ideal if you’ve lost your appetite, can’t eat solid food due to dental work, or if you’re looking to gain or maintain a healthy weight. …read moreSee less
They’re packed with all of the essential vitamins, nutrients and minerals that a light, balanced meal would otherwise provide. Here you’ll find brands like Fortijuice, Complan, Ensure and Fortisip in a wide selection of flavours to choose from so you don’t have to miss out on taste or goodness.
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What nutrients are in nutritional drinks?
Nutritional drinks contain a wide selection of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals to help you maintain healthy, balanced nutrition.
They will usually contain fat, carbohydrates, and protein, and contain approximately 300 - 400 calories per serving.
The vitamins and minerals that might be included in your drink are vitamin A, C, calcium, and iron.
If you need more information about the contents of your nutritional drink, always check the information leaflet.
Are nutritional drinks suitable for children?
Nutritional drinks are not suitable for children under the age of 1 unless it’s been advised by your doctor.
Children older than 1 are usually fine to take them, but with caution - always speak to a doctor or pharmacist first if you’re worried that your child isn’t gaining weight or getting all of the nutrients they need, as they might be able to suggest a more suitable option.
Can nutritional drinks replace meals?
Yes, but they should not be relied on to do so.
If you’re struggling to eat due to illness or dental work, consuming a nutritional drink is fine for the short term so your body can stay healthy and work as it should.
If you’re looking to gain weight, these should be encouraged in addition to the food you eat.
Who are nutritional drinks for?
Nutritional drinks are ideal for those who struggle to get the nutrients they need to stay healthy from diet alone.
This can include people who struggle to swallow or chew or have lost their appetite, which can happen due to illness or dental work.
They can also be used by people who have recently had an operation or struggle to gain or maintain their weight.