How do you make Maxijul?
The recommended dilution of 75g + 150ml water (1:2). To make a solution of Super Soluble Maxijul, put the required amount into water and stir briskly with a fork; leave to stand until clear.
What is Maxijul powder?
Maxijul Super Soluble is a powdered (white) carbohydrate energy supplement derived from the hydrolysis of corn starch to produce a glucose polymer of approximately five glucose units. Super Soluble Maxijul may be used as an energy enhancer in infant formula, tube feeds and sip feeds.
What is Super Soluble Maxijul?
Super Soluble Maxijul is a convenient powdered carbohydrate energy supplement. A powdered carbohydrate energy supplement derived from the hydrolysis of corn starch to produce a glucose polymer of approximately five glucose units.
What is Polycal used for?
Polycal Liquid is designed for the dietary management of disease related malnutrition, as an energy supplement for patients who are unable to meet their energy requirements from regular dietary intake. Polycal Liquid is a Food for Special Medical Purposes for use under medical supervision.
How many calories are in a scoop of Duocal?
Each Duocal scoop provides 25 calories. Household measurements may also be used (see table below). All measures are level and unpacked.
How do you mix Polycal?
Stir in two-three scoops into a bowl of warm soup or broth. Polycal can be added to stew or casserole. Stir in three scoops per portion. Polycal can also be added to mashed potatoes.
How do you take Polycal?
Polycal Liquid is ready to drink and is best served chilled. It can be taken undiluted or diluted.
Is Duocal tasteless?
It contains a unique dual energy source of carbohydrate and fat (no protein, vitamins or minerals). Duocal® is flavorless and is appropriate for oral and tube feeding.
Can adults use Duocal?
Duocal Features & Benefits Appropriate for children through to adults. Appropriate for oral and tube feeding. Appropriate for children with milk protein allergy.
What does collagen for your body?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body. Its fiber-like structure is used to make connective tissue. Like the name implies, this type of tissue connects other tissues and is a major component of bone, skin, muscles, tendons, and cartilage.