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Alpha ENF, an Elemental Nutrient Formula

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Alpha ENF, an Elemental Nutrient Formula

Alpha ENF Meal Replacement Alpha ENF is an all-propose meal replacement formula. Alpha ENF can replace food entirely short term. Mix Alpha ENF with fresh or frozen fruit, vegetables, or juices and be healthy. ENF is mixed in a blender to make a complete meal. Packaged as a dry powder in 500 Gram and 1000 gram jars*. Alpha ENF can provide complete nutrition. In many digestive tract diseases, Alpha ENF can supply nutrition with minimal digestive effort and little risk of food allergy or intolerance. Alpha ENF is also useful when appetite is reduced and food intake is inadequate. Nutrient...

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Alpha DMX, a Balanced Nutrient Formula

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Alpha DMX, a Balanced Nutrient Formula

DMX Concepts and Uses Alpha DMX is a bottle full of nutrients designed to achieve high nutrient density with reduced caloric intake. The proportions of nutrients in Alpha DMX provide balanced nutrition with the sense of satiety, the satisfied feeling when you have had enough to eat. DMX is fat free. DMX replaces protein with a complete set of amino acids. Alpha DMX can provide nutritional support whenever food intake is restricted because of disease. Use Alpha DMX in the management of Type 2 Diabetes Atherosclerosis Hypertension Weight Loss General Nutrition Restricted Diet The chief advantages of Alpha DMX RNI of...

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Alpha DMX Beneficial Nutrients for Diabetes

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Alpha DMX Beneficial Nutrients Alpha DMX is formulated to boost the intake of nutrients that have a demonstrated benefit in preventing and/or reducing the negative consequences of disease. The key strategies are 1. To increase beneficial mineral intake: calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, chromium 2. To increase folic acid intake to 600 micrograms per day. 3. To increase intake of Biotin, Thiamine, Vitamin B12, Pyridoxine and Vitamin K2 in the MK7 form. 4. To supply all other vitamin and mineral nutrients at the RDA level or higher. 5. To supply free form amino acids that have in addition to nutrient function,...

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