Traditionally the use of foods with more nutrition may have been called by a number of names - Every Bite Counts, Nutrition Intervention Program, Enhanced Food Program, Super Foods or Food Fortification Program. Today, thanks to the Pioneer Network initiative started in 2010, and updated Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, Food First! is the term of choice for these approaches.
There are many factors affecting the amount and type of food that some individuals are able to eat. There are also times that regardless of the amount of food a person eats they just cannot gain any weight. Seeking medical attention is always the right course of action and should be done first to rule out the possibility of physiological or health factor. Individuals who are chronically underweight and who have difficulty ingesting sufficient amounts of food to maintain their weight will benefit from eating calorie dense foods. Calorie dense foods are foods that provide high calories and protein either naturally or because they are enhanced or fortified during food preparation with additional nutrient dense ingredients.ere to edit.