CHOOSE NUTREN® Diabetes
Discover what makes NUTREN® Diabetes the ideal nutritional drink for people with diabetes to achieve better blood glucose control.
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OFFERS YOU A BETTER CHOICE THAN MANY ASIAN BREAKFASTS15,16
NUTREN® Diabetes gives you complete and balanced nutrition:
DID YOU KNOW
Blood sugar highs and lows
can lead to physical symptoms, such as changes in your thinking and mood5
Obesity or being overweight
puts added pressure on your body's ability to control your body's ability to control your blood glucose levels6
Poor blood glucose control
can increase your risk of heart attack and strokes by 2-fold.7
START YOUR DAY THE RIGHT WAY
Low GI* foods can help keep you feeling less hungry and maintain consistent blood glucose levels.8,9
Adding good quality protein food to your diet, such as whey protein, can help you maintain consistent control of blood glucose.10
Replacing just one meal a day** with a diabetes specific formula can help with weight loss and improve overall nutrition.11,12
Breakfast is an important way for people with diabetes to help manage their appetite and blood glucose levels.3,13
*GI = Glycaemic Index uses a scale from one to 100 to rank carbohydrate foods based on how quickly and how much they raise blood glucose after eating
**Not all oral nutritional formula are the same17 - do consult your doctor and healthcare professional to make sure it is suitable for you before consumption.
HOW TO PREPARE
Replacement for Breakfast: 8 scoops + 210ml of water
2 servings per day or as per recommended by your healthcare professional
Wash your hands. Refer to the feeding table listed on the tin.
Measure 210ml of warm water & pour into a clean cup or container.
Add 8 leveled scoops or 55g powder using the scoop provided in the tin.
Stir well until the powder has completely dissolved.
REMINDERS: All prepared products should be tightly covered & consumed within 4 hours at room temperature or within 24 hours if refrigerated. Once opened, use within 1 month. Store in a cool, dry place. Not suitable for children below 4 years of age.FULL NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION
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