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Enterade Benefits

Medical Food Optimized for Dietary Support of GI Health

Enterade is a medical food to help stabilize GI function and reduce the incidence of diarrhea, cramping and fluid loss that may accompany cancer therapy or GI conditions for patients under the care of a physician.

Enterade is an amino acid- based, non-sugar, electrolyte beverage formulated to address dehydration and other symptoms such as diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, cramping, mouth sores, lack of appetite and lethargy associated with the treatment of life threatening or chronic illnesses, such as cancer, as well as acute and chronic diseases of the bowel (Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s Disease & IBS).

Physicians, clinicians and patients who have included Enterade as part of a complete treatment paradigm have observed faster, more effective rehydration, thereby enabling the achievement of optimal / maximum dosing for chemotherapy and radiation therapy in individuals with cancer.

Enterade is Unique because?

  • Enterade is specially formulated to rapidly replace critical electrolytes and fluids lost due to chronic diarrhea
  • Enterade is sugar free, relieving people of the fear that sugar may stimulate their diarrhea
  • Enterade helps correct pH in the upper GI, reducing likelihood for nausea
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Speed of rehydration with enterade
December 10, 2012

 A common comment from enterade users which is a testament to the speed with which it rehydrates: "A bottle of enterade relieves cramps in less than 60 seconds"

What makes enterade unique
November 15, 2012

enterade is a medical food for rehydration when you are undergoing radiotherapy or chemotherapy. enterade was developed based on cutting edge science from the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Florida. The key findings that were utilized to...

enterade launched
August 26, 2012

enterade, an amino acid medical food for hydration during radiotherapy and chemotherapy is now available for sale from our website and over the telephone. Recommended dose is two 8 oz bottles a day. Please talk to your healthcare professional if...

How can enterade help?
July 23, 2012

As anyone undergoing radiotherapy or chemotherapy would know, vomiting, diarrhea and lack of appetite are usual side effects. This is scientifically proven to be due to the deleterious effect of radiation and chemo on the intestinal villus epithelial cells. Resting...