Month: May 2015

Posted onMay 27, 2015

Meeting Protein needs for better outcomes.

Clinicians often focus on meeting energy needs in ICU patients to improve outcomes. However, a new study, Clinical Outcomes in Critically Ill Patients Associated With Protein Delivery published in JPEN suggests that meeting protein needs provides better outcomes. “Outcomes research

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Posted onMay 20, 2015

Wound healing requires adequate nutrition.

Acute and chronic illness, trauma, surgery, pressure ulcers and malnutrition trigger an inflammatory response which creates an altered nutritional utilization resulting in inflammatory malnutrition and poor wound healing. Nutrition deficiencies impede the normal processes that allow progression through stages of

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Posted onMay 5, 2015

Why Glutamine is important for Wound Healing

 Glutamine is considered a non-essential amino acid that can be synthesized by virtually all tissues in the human body. A healthy 90-kg individual’s body contains approximately 96 grams of glutamine. The major site of glutamine is the skeletal muscle, which

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Posted onMay 1, 2015

"Housebound before using Banatrol Plus"

We get so many incredible testimonials on our products from healthcare facilities around the world. Some are from large, important medical facilities, others are from doctors, clinicians or healthcare specialist. Last week we posted a testimonial from a clinician who

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