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High-Contrast Tableware

Red fork, spoon and knife

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60% of people with Alzheimer’s lose visual capacity and 40% lose weight. A Boston University Alzheimer’s study showed bright red tableware increased food intake by 24%. Check out these bright red utensils with large easy-grip handles, a bendable fork & spoon, plus a knife with a rocker blade for easier cutting.

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