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Professional Supplements & Nutritional Products Since 1998
  • Specially formulated nutritional powder for patients with gastrointestinal dysfunction
  • Can be used as a sole source of nutrition for up to four weeks
  • Strictly hypoallergenic formula
  • One scoop of powder contains 150 calories
  • Formulated with a well-tolerated flavor
  • Can be used as part of a half-elemental diet
  • For use under medical supervision
  • Nutritional Supplement for Patients with Gastrointestinal Dysfunction, Hypoallergenic Formula

Impaired gastrointestinal function or certain conditions, such as Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth can have a devastating effect on general health. The inability to effectively absorb, metabolize or digest ordinary foods can result in a lack of important nutrients and severe weight loss. Integrative Therapeutics Physicians’ Diet Powder has been developed as a source of nutrition for patients with gastrointestinal dysfunction. It contains a blend of macronutrients fortified with minerals, electrolytes, and vitamins, supported by free amino acids, partially hydrolyzed carbohydrates, and medium-chain triglycerides. These combine to provide easier absorption.

Completely hypoallergenic, Integrative Therapeutics Physicians’ Diet Powder is suitable for those with moderate to severe gastrointestinal dysfunction. However, it can also be used in conjunction with ordinary foods as part of a half-elemental diet. Each scoop of powder contains 150 calories, so it can be tailored to the calorific needs of the individual. In addition, the formula has no intact protein, polypeptides, corn, soy, wheat, gluten, or dairy, making it vegetarian and vegan-friendly, and safe for use by those with food allergies.

    Dosing by Caloric Need!

    Physicians' Elemental Diet was designed to maintain nutritional sustenance as a sole source of nutrition, and can also be used as a half-elemental diet making dosing depending upon the caloric needs of each patient. One scoop of Physicians' Elemental Diet = 36 grams, and 150 calories. Each 432g bag contains 12 scoops (1,800 calories) and each 1,296g bag contains 36 scoops (5,400 calories.

    By Scoop

    1 Scoop 36g 150 Calories

    By Unit

    432g bag 12 Scoops 1800 Calories
    1296g bag 36 Scoops 5400 Calories

    Supplement Facts:

    Serving Size: 36 g

    Servings Per Container: 12

    Amount Per Serving:

    Ingredient Amount % Daily Value
    Calories 150
    Calories from Fat 25
    Total Fat 3 g
    Saturated Fat 1.5 g
    Total Carbohydrate 25 g
    Sugars 11 g
    Sodium 95 mg
    Potassium 150 mg
    Protein (Contains 5 g free-form amino acids per 36 g serving)
    Vitamin A (Beta Carotene) 833 IU
    Vitamin C 20 mg
    Calcium 83 mg
    Iron 1.5 mg
    Vitamin D3 66 IU
    Vitamin E 10 IU
    Vitamin K 10 mcg
    Thiamin 0.5 mg
    Riboflavin (Riboflavin-5-phosphate) 0.56 mg
    Niacin 3.3 mg
    Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxal-5-phosphate) 667 mcg
    Folate (as Quatrefolic® brand (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolate, glucosamine salt) 33 mcg
    Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) 0.5 mcg
    Biotin 50 mcg
    Pantothenic Acid 3.3 mg
    Phosphorus 116 mg
    Iodine 16 mcg
    Magnesium 33 mg
    Zinc 2 mg
    Selenium 18 mcg
    Copper 167 mcg
    Manganese 332 mcg
    Molybdenum 8 mcg
    Chloride 142 mg
    Choline 33 mg

    Directions and Dosage!

    Thoroughly mix each level scoop (36 g) in 4-8 oz. (118 - 236 mL) chilled or room temperature water. Additional water may be added to the mixture or consumed separately as desired. Consume the mixture slowly over a period of 15 to 60 minutes or more, dependent upon individual comfort. Once mixed, any product that is not consumed after 60 minutes should be refrigerated for a maximum of 24 hours, then shaken or stirred prior to consumption. After opening, store the remaining powder in a dry place at room temperature.

    The mixture may not be orange in color when mixed with water, but rather white in color and may contain sediment that may not dissolve completely. The manufacturer's image may reflect juice rather than water for the suggested taste.

    The contents are based on the weight of the product and may settle during shipping and handling. Due to variations in product handling, there may be slight variations between each scoop.

    Other Ingredients!

    dextrose, tapioca maltodextrin, medium-chain triglycerides, natural flavor, l-glutamine, l-proline, l-aspartic acid, l-serine, potassium citrate, l-arginine hydrochloride, l-alanine, disodium phosphate, l-leucine, l-lysine hydrochloride, l-valine, l-glycine, calcium glycerophosphate, tricalcium phosphate, l-isoleucine, choline bitartrate, l-threonine, l-tyrosine, magnesium citrate, l-phenylalanine, l-methionine, l-histidine, magnesium glycerophosphate, l-cysteine hydrochloride, potassium chloride, l-tryptophan, sodium ascorbate, l-carnitine l-tartrate, sodium chloride, d-alpha-tocopheryl acetate, ferrous gluconate, l-taurine, zinc sulfate, calcium d-pantothenate, beta carotene, niacinamide, sodium selenite, manganese citrate, phytonadione, pyridoxal-5-phosphate, cholecalciferol, riboflavin- 5-phosphate, thiamine hydrochloride, copper sulfate, Quatrefolic®((6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolate glucosamine salt), d-biotin, sodium molybdate, potassium iodide, methylcobalamin.

    Does Not Contain!

    • Artificial coloring
    • Artificial flavoring
    • Corn
    • Dairy products
    • Fructose
    • Gluten
    • Lactose
    • Preservatives
    • Soy
    • Sucrose
    • Wheat
    • Yeast


    Contains no disaccharides, sorbitol, mannitol, or xylitol.

    Not intended for use in children.

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