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Nestlé Health Science launches ‘ThickenUp Clear’ for individuals with Dysphagia
Wednesday, 18 January, 2023, 13 : 00 PM [IST]
Our Bureau, Bengaluru
Nestlé India has launched ThickenUp Clear, a food and beverage thickener that can be used to help patients with swallowing difficulties especially in oropharyngeal dysphagia. It can be administered to those experiencing challenges in swallowing, clinically known as dysphagia due to conditions such as head and neck cancer, stroke, Parkinson’s Disease among others. Dysphagia is a major yet understated health condition that leads to dehydration, malnutrition led infections, and impaired quality of life.
 
ThickenUp Clear is clinically proven to improve swallowing safety and efficacy. The product is scientifically designed and is manufactured by a unique technology at Osthofen, Germany, exclusively for Nestlé Health Science. It is xanthan gum-based and is tasteless, colourless, odourless and amylase resistant. The product can be added to varied liquids to enhance swallowing safety and efficacy.
 
Talking about the launch of the product, Mansi Khanna, head, Nestlé India Health Science, said, “As a global leader in the science of nutrition, we nourish those who need extra care, fill nutrition gaps and provide innovative products for a healthier future. With the launch of ThickenUp Clear, we are sustaining the momentum on new growth platforms, strengthening our presence in nutritional science. This product is an addition to the existing portfolio that addresses various health-induced nutrition issues, thus reiterating our commitment to empowering healthier lives through nutrition.’’
 
The company is a global leader in the space of nutritional science. It focuses on advancing the therapeutic role of nutrition to change the course of health management for consumers, patients, doctors, nurses and its partners in healthcare.
 
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