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Our Mission

Advance patient care in oncology through a unique understanding of pharmaceutical and nutritional science. The Company’s lead commercial product, Enterade™, is a first-in-class medical food that reduces dehydration to help manage side effects of chemotherapy and radiation, including diarrhea, nausea and vomiting.

Breakthrough Discovery

During extreme systemic stress, default pathways for transporting electrolytes and nutrients shut down. Through research sponsored by NASA, Enterade identified an alternate absorption pathway in the gut that can be accessed to maximize uptake and rehydration.

Proprietary Technology

Enterade’s HydroActive Technology™ platform efficiently targets optimal mechanisms to tighten the mucosal barrier and rapidly absorb electrolytes and nutrients, thus decreasing inflammation and promoting active hydration.

  • 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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What makes Enterade unique
November 15, 2012

Enterade is a medical food to be used under the direction of your doctor 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....

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 due to the deleterious effect of radiation and chemo on the intestinal villus epithelial cells. Resting the intestinal epithelial cells...