What is resource supplement used for?

RESOURCE® 2.0 is a great tasting nutrient dense supplement. It is nutritionally formulated for the dietary management of individuals with unintended weight loss, malnutrition, for those requiring wound healing or are fluid restricted/volume sensitive.

Does resource contain milk?

Contains Milk and Soy.

What is Boost Plus used for?

BOOST Plus® Balanced Nutritional Drink provides 360 nutrient-rich calories with 14 g protein to help gain or maintain weight plus 26 vitamins and minerals including calcium and Vitamin D to support strong bones. Enjoy as a nutritient-packed snack or with a meal to help meet daily nutritional needs.

What is Resource drink?

RESOURCE® Fruit Flavoured Beverage is a refreshing, fat free, clear fluid oral nutritional supplement that can be incorporated into liquid diets and provides 1.06kcal/mL. It offers a refreshing alternative to milky supplements and contains no artificial colours.

Does Resource 2.0 have lactose?

Kosher. Gluten free. Lactose free (not for individuals with galactosemia).

Is Resource 2.0 Fibre lactose free?

Resource® 2.0 is also suitable for patients on shortened feeding schedules. Nutritionally complete, it is lactose free and does not contain gluten-containing ingredients.

Is Resource 2.0 kosher?

Low residue. Lactose free (not suitable for people with galactosemia) Gluten free. Kosher.

Can Boost make you gain weight?

Yes, some Boost products can help you gain extra weight, but there are a few things to keep in mind to make the most of this nutrition drink. If you are looking for nutritional drinks to help you gain weight, Boost is among the best options.

Can you drink Boost Plus everyday?

BOOST® drinks may be consumed with meals, or as a snack or mini-meal, and may be consumed more than once a day. A general guideline is up to three bottles per day so that you may enjoy a variety of other choices in your diet.

Does protein powder side effects?

Protein powders are generally recognized as safe, although you may experience digestive side effects if you consume large amounts of protein powder. If you’re lactose intolerant or otherwise sensitive to lactose, dairy-based protein powder may lead to stomach upset, bloating, and gas.

Does Ensure cause loose stools?

Just giving a senior a bottle of Ensure for dinner isn’t enough. In fact, overreliance on these drinks can cause digestive issues like diarrhea. Lactose intolerance increases with age as well, therefore any nutritional shake made from milk proteins may cause flatulence, nausea, constipation or diarrhea.