Nourishment is a vital part of our daily existence. When a person shows a decrease in appetite, it is upsetting to all those concerned. A terminally ill patient may be faced with complications of not wanting to eat because of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, depression, constipation, and/or mouth sores. Not eating may lead to anger, frustration and sadness. This is why Faith and Hope Hospice has dieticians who are specialized in end of life care and are available for patients who will benefit from these services.