ProT GOLD protein.
Why ProT GOLD?
Effective for nutritional support for your ESRD patients on Hemodialysis. Oral protein supplementation assists in addressing the catabolic effects of Hemodialysis.
Rich in nitrogen-donor amino acids critical to address conditions and disease states that deplete protein stores. Low in phosphorus and potassium.
Uniquely powerful formulation with enhanced and fortified amino acid profile. A complete protein supplement with all essential, non-essential, and conditionally essential amino acids. Nano-Hydrolyzed and rapid absorption.
• Unlike other supplements, Pro-T Gold is enhanced with a number of sulfur-containing and aromatic amino acids for better balance at the cellular level including 3g of Arginine and 500mg Taurine per serving.
• Nutrient-dense - 17.5g total protein per 30mL serving, including 2.5g fortified amino acids, 70 calories/serving.
• Sugar, gluten, lactose and soy free. Safe for diabetics, dialysis patients and patients with allergies (natural flavoring).
• Oral or enteral use.
• Berry Flavor in Unit Dose or bottles.
National Kidney Foundation - www.kidney.org
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