Vary your menu; try new foods, seasonings or recipes to prevent boredom. If you tolerate liquids best, add milk, powdered milk, yogurt or honey. Moderate alcoholic beverages may increase your appetite, but check with your doctor first. Carry grab and go snacks with you at all times. Peanut butter and crackers Dried fruits and nuts Granola Pudding and yogurt The setting: If a food sounds good but does not smell good, eat outdoors or near a small fan. Change atmosphere, time, location or surroundings of your meals Add soft music, candles, napkins and garnishes. Make your meal about eating and reduce stressful potential outside disruption; turn off the phone and the pager. Eat while watching your favorite TV show or movie Dine with others, be social Don't restrict yourself to eating only at mealtimes. Eat when the mood strikes you. Enjoy! Lifestyle: Try light walking or exercise before meals to raise appetite. Try to keep busy with usual activities, but don't force yourself Enjoy bedtime snacks If you are most hungry in the mornings, focus your intake there with high calorie, nutritious foods.
Loss of Appetite