Each individual serving of chocolate, vanilla or strawberry flavor contains the essential vitamins, minerals and fatty acids recommended by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and American Heart Association (AHA). Serve well chilled for best taste.
Can Enterex® Diabetic replace a meal?
Enterex® Diabetic is a great substitute for breakfast and makes a delicious and healthful light lunch or quick snack. Each serving contains 237 calories and is an optimal choice for active people to help them manage their diabetes and avoid hypoglycemia.
How many daily servings can a person consume?
Daily intake is based on individual factors; however one to three servings are typical. Consult your doctor, diabetes educator or dietitian to learn more about your unique requirements.
How does Enterex® Diabetic affect my cholesterol level?
Enterex® Diabetic contains only monounsaturated fats like canola and high-oleic safflower oil; both are high in the Omega-3 fatty acids which can help to achieve a healthy cholesterol level.
What is Sucralose?
Sucralose is a non-calorie sweetener made from sugar, but it does not alter your blood sugar and has no known medical side effects. Enterex® Diabetic uses SPLENDA™ Brand sucralose instead of saccharin or aspartame.
Can non-diabetics drink Enterex® Diabetic ?
Absolutely! Many people controlling their sugar intake and managing their weight also enjoy Enterex® Diabetic . It's a nutritious snack option that satisfies hunger and helps reduce excessive food consumption.
Is Enterex® Diabetic recommended for children?
Children with diabetes as young as three years of age can enjoy Enterex® Diabetic as a great snack alternative. Children younger than three can also drink it on the advice of their pediatrician.
What are complex carbohydrates, and why are they preferred?
Simple carbohydrates, like sugar and fruit, are quickly absorbed, causing abrupt blood sugar elevations. Complex carbohydrates are absorbed slower, maintaining normal blood sugar levels.
Does Enterex® Diabetic contain fructose?
No, Enterex® Diabetic does not contain fructose. High consumption of fructose is associated with an increase in triglycerides. The ADA does not recommend its use in diabetic diets.
Why is M-inositol so important in diabetic diets?
M-inositol deficiency is associated with the development of renal disease and foot infections in patients with diabetes. Enterex® Diabetic is a good source of M-inositol.
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