Renal and Dialysis
The renal diet is often called the most difficult of all diets to manage. Dialysis presents its own unique problems that need to be addressed with low electrolyte foods, limited fluid intake and increased protein needs to maintain albumin levels. (click on product image to go to that products’ page)
High-protein, sugar-free gelatin.
Increased protein needs, conditions requiring protein, dysphagia.
Contains no Vitamin K.
The 4 oz. shake with the power of 8 oz.
Nutritional energy drink, Lower in electrolytes, Good-tasting, Convenient shake with calories, fat and protein of typical 8-oz. supplements.
Relief from constipation and hard stools without pharmacological intervention.
A colorless, citrus-flavored natural bulking agent that helps restore regularity and
softer stool. Contains 12 grams of soluble fiber with FOS prebiotic per 30 mL.
Concentrated protein source.
Oncology, gastric bypass/bariatric surgery, fluid-restricted diet, renal failure, protein-energy malnutrition, HIV/AIDS, increased protein needs, clear liquid diet.