Nestle Boost Glucose Control Chocolate 8oz

Product Description Boost Glucose Control Drink is a balanced nutritional drink specially formulated for people with diabetes. It contains a unique blend of protein, fat, and slow digesting carbohydrates designed to help manage blood glucose levels as part of a balanced diet. When your busy schedule makes healthy eating difficult, Boost Glucose Control can help. In its convenient plastic bottle, it's an easy and nutritious option as a mini meal or snack. From the Manufacturer View larger BOOST Glucose Control Chocolate (12 x 8 fl oz) BOOST Glucose Control is a complete nutritional drink with 26 vitamins and minerals, 16 grams of high-quality protein, and 190 calories per 8 fl oz serving to help achieve and maintain a healthy weight. It contains a unique blend of protein, fat, and slow-digesting carbohydrates designed to help manage blood glucose levels as part of a balanced diet. This product is a medical food for use as directed by a medical professional. It provides nutritional support for: diabetes, blood glucose levels, and general oral supplement needs. BOOST GLUCOSE CONTROL Drink is not a substitute for medication. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. View larger Appropriate for these diets: Suitable for lactose intolerance* Gluten-free Kosher Cholesterol-restricted *Not for individuals with galactosemia What are Medical Foods? The term ‰ÛÏMedical Food‰۝ is defined by federal law. In order to be a medical food, the product must meet certain criteria defined by the law. Generally speaking, Medical Foods are products that are used under the supervision of a physician and that are designed and intended for the dietary management of specific diseases or conditions that cannot be managed simply with the modification of a normal diet. Medical Foods are specially formulated products, some of which may be designed to help manage very specific diseases or conditions, when the distinctive nutritional needs of the patient cannot be met with regular foods alone. For example, certain products may be specifically formulated to address the nutritional needs of patients with renal disease or a specific gastrointestinal impairment. To be a medical food, the product must address the dietary requirements created by certain diseases or conditions, in order to allow patients to receive the nutrients they need to help manage their conditions. As should be clear, the term ‰ÛÏMedical Foods‰۝ does not include all foods fed to sick patients or all foods that may be recommended by a physician. Medical foods may be consumed orally or via a feeding tube, also known as enteral nutrition. As you review the products on this website, please be careful to note whether oral consumption is recommended or whether it is primarily used for tube feeding. Importantly, Medical Foods should be used under the supervision or direction of a physician. Medical Foods are not intended to treat, cure, prevent, mitigate or have a direct impact on disease in a manner similar to drugs or other medical treatments. Ask your physician whether a Medical Food is recommended for the dietary management of a disease or condition you have. Click to view full nutrition information

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