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Diasip is a nutritional supplement oral complete with fibers. Gluten-free. With sugars and sweeteners. Contains milk, soy, fish. Use under medical supervision.
Diasip is a dietetic food intended for special medical purposes for the dietary management of malnutrition-associated diabetes or hyperglycemia.
- According to medical advice, or dietetic.
- In addition to the normal diet : 1-3 bottles per day.
- In complete replacement of the power supply : 7-10 bottles per day
- For undernutrition acute for 4-6 weeks, and chronic undernutrition for 12 weeks. Follow-up evaluation to determine if the expected improvement is achieved.
Store preferably in a cool place and sec. shake Well before use. Ready-to-use. Consume preferably fresh. After opening, the bottle closed keeps in the refrigerator (max. 24 h).
Water, isomaltulose*, fibres (galacto-oligosaccharides (cow's MILK), maltodextrin, resistant, resistant starch, cellulose), vegetable oils (rapeseed, sunflower), starch, lactose (cow's MILK), whey protein concentrate (from cow's MILK), SOYA protein isolate, aroma, correcteur d?acidity (as citric acid), FISH oil, potassium citrate, choline chloride, carotenoids (contains SOY) (?-carotene, lutein, oleoresin lycopene tomato), magnesium hydroxide, orthophosphate, di-potassium, potassium hydroxide, L-sodium ascorbate, calcium chloride, sodium citrate, coloring (caramel au sulfite d?ammonium), phosphate tri-calcium thickeners (carraghénanes), lactate, ferrous iron, acetate of DL-? tocopherol, sweetener (acesulfame-K, sodium saccharin), calcium carbonate, zinc sulphate, nicotinamide, acetate retinol,gluconate of copper, calcium D-pantothenate, chromium chloride , manganese sulfate, sodium selenite, D-biotin, thiamin hydrochloride, cyanocobalamin, cholecalciferol, pyridoxine hydrochloride, acid ptéroylmonoglutamique, riboflavin, sodium molybdate, potassium iodide, fluoride, sodium, phytomenadione. *source of glucose and fructose