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Ripe Glucose Raspberry powder 75g

Ripe Glucose Raspberry powder 75g

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  • Powder for solution or direct consumption. Ripe Glucose Raspberry is a food for special medical purposes, which is mainly used to perform an oral glucose tolerance test (the so-called sugar curve).

Ingredients Glucose Ripe Raspberry Powder:

Glucose, citric acid - acidity regulator, raspberry flavor.

Action Glucose Ripe Raspberry Powder:

Product for people who prefer flavored glucose. Ripe Glucose Raspberry is a powdered preparation, it dissolves easily and is very well absorbed by the body. Food for special medical purposes for use in the dietary management of carbohydrate deficiencies, in states of post-exercise fatigue, in hypoglycaemia in persons diagnosed with diabetes, as well as for use during the performance of the sugar curve.


Foods for special medical purposes Glucose Ripe Raspberry intended for direct consumption or preparation of an oral solution.

Additional information:
Keep the product out of reach of children at room temperature. It is recommended to protect against moisture and light. Not suitable for use as the sole source of nutrition. The product is not suitable for parenteral use. The product is certified by the Polish Diabetic Association.

Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any component of the product.

How to use the ripe glucose raspberry powder:

The product should be taken under medical supervision. Sugar curve (oral glucose tolerance test): fasting blood, then drink the solution prepared from one sachet dissolved in a glass of water in about 5 minutes. Wait 120 minutes, then repeat the blood sugar test. States of post-workout exhaustion: consume up to a few teaspoons of powder (you can consume the powder or dissolve it in water). Hypoglycaemia: it is recommended to consume 1/4 of the sachet content as soon as possible, i.e. about 10-20g of glucose. After about 10-20 minutes, there should be an increase in glycemia, to avoid repeated hypoglycemia it is recommended to consume complex carbohydrates, and after 60 minutes to measure the level of sugar. Conditions associated with intensive insulin therapy: follow Rule 15/15.

Net weight: 75g.


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