Ready-to-Drink Where to Buy For Healthcare Professionals

Re-sealable, portable and with no mixing required, our clear, ready-to-drink thickened beverages are available in a variety of sizes and flavors.

Available at leading retailers nationwide, in-store, online and by phone.

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When you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a swallowing disorder, the idea of thickening products, a dysphagia diet, and where to find the dysphagia resources you need can seem overwhelming.

The Thick-It team is here to simplify your life, offering you easy access to a variety of dysphagia dietary and nutritional products that can minimize the effects of swallowing problems on your lifestyle.

Our dysphagia experts are also available to lend a compassionate ear and help you find the Thick-It products that will work best for you or your loved one. Remember, we’re always here for you!

How to Use

Thickeners – Easily create any desired consistency, without changing taste or appearance.

Beverages – Ready-to-drink, no mixing required, just open and serve. Available in nectar or honey consistencies.

Purees – Ready-to-eat comfort foods made with real ingredients. Gluten free and low-sodium options.

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From the Community
[July 19, 2016]
Xanthan Gum: What is it, and why does it matter for those with dysphagia?
For years, starch has been used to thicken beverages for patients with dysphagia. While starch-based thickeners serve an important role and are readily available to most people, more recently, xanthan gum-based thickeners have entered the market. They deliver many important attributes that help improve quality of life for people with dysphagia.
[September 18, 2014]
5 Treatment Options for Dysphagia
With over 50 muscles and nerves involved during the act of swallowing, problems sometimes occur that inhibit this process. This swallowing challenge, know as dysphagia, can be a very serious issue but, when properly diagnosed, is often treatable by a physician and/or Speech Language Pathologist (SLP).