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PMN Glucose Challenge x 473g [Discontinued].

PMN Glucose Challenge x 473g [Discontinued].

Personalised Metabolic Nutrition

PRODUCT CODE: 93670
£23.88

Availability: In stock

The glucose challenge powder is part of a self-test kit in Metabolic Typing that also includes: 4 urine cups 4 saliva cups 1 roll pH strips, 1 protein challenge powder, 1 active glucometer, 25 count active test strips.  There is enough material in the whole test kit in the test to perform 2 tests.

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473g Powder

Details

‘The Nutrition Solution: A Guide to Your Metabolic Type’ by Harold J. Kristal & James M Haig was published in 2002. It furthered the work in this field such as William Wolcott’s ‘The Metabolic Typing Diet, published in 2000, and on the work of orthodontist William Donald Kelly, as used by Dr Nicholas Gonzalez.

Kristal & Haig’s book describes how to conduct tests to determine your metabolic type. The glucose challenge powder is part of that self-test kit.

The glucose challenge powder is part of a self-test kit in Metabolic Typing that also includes: 4 urine cups 4 saliva cups 1 roll pH strips, 1 protein challenge powder, 1 active glucometer, 25 count active test strips. There is enough material in the whole test kit in the test to perform 2 tests.

Label

Directions for use

As a challenge drink to be used during the Metabolic Typing testing protocol for monitoring blood glucose levels, use one level scoop taken in water.

Nutrition Facts

Servings size: 43grams
Servings per container: 12
 Amount
Per Serving:
% Daily Values *
Calories 160  
Total Fat 0 g 0%
Sodium 0 g 0%
Potassium 550 mg 15%
Total Carbohydrates 40 g 13%
      Sugar 40 g  
Protein 0 g 0%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet

Ingredients: Glucose, potassium bitartrate.

PRODUCT CODE: 93670

This information is for education purposes only. Patients should consult with a qualified healthcare provider before making decisions about therapies and/or health conditions.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet.