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Evo Ot Ware

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Healthy eating should be easy and enjoyable. With assistive tableware, that is possible for people with hand mobility problems. Want to enjoy eating again? BIOS Medical provides assistive tableware in Canada. 

Assistive tableware to support healthy eating 

BIOS Medical offers assistive tableware to support healthy eating. Here are a few of the available products. 

  • The Inner Lip Plate is designed to keep food on the plate while the user scoops against it. Children, people with one hand, or limited muscle control use this plate easily. It is dishwasher, microwave and autoclave safe. The Inner Lip Plate is available in white, blue and red. 
  • Evo OT Ware easy grip utensils are a red 3-piece set with fork, knife and spoon. Ergonomically designed by occupational therapists, the large-angled handles allow for multiple gripping postures. They are easy to clean and dishwasher safe.
  • The Flo-Trol Vacuum Feeding Cup has a soft rubber air release button that releases a small, controlled amount of liquid. This liquid will not spill even if the cup is lying on its side. The Flo-Trol Vacuum Feeding Cup lets you drink without raising your head. It is dishwasher and autoclave safe. 

Tips from Dieticians for Canada on healthy eating 

Dieticians for Canada published a guide to healthy eating for older adults. They advise that one must eat at least the minimum number of servings from all four food groups every day. Assistive tableware will help with this target. Dieticians for Canada provides the maximum servings from each group as a guide. 

Grain Products (6 - 7 servings)

Vegetables and Fruit (7 servings)

Milk and Alternatives (3 servings)

Meat and Alternatives (2 - 3 servings).

BIOS Medical has been taking care of Canadians for over three generations. We are an assistive tableware manufacturer and accept payment via PayPal, GPay and ShopPay. Buy assistive tableware online from BIOS Medical today.