How is Enterex Diabetic used?
Enterex Diabetic can be used as an occasional meal replacement or supplement as part of a diabetes management plan.
Why is the new Enterex Diabetic with GLUCOSE CARB CONTROL better for me?
Enterex Diabetic with GLUCOSE CARB CONTROL is scientifically designed to help minimize blood sugar spikes. The carbohydrates used in Enterex Diabetic were chosen for their low glycemic index in order to help avoid sharp increases in blood sugar.
Does Enterex Diabetic contains added sugar?
The new Enterex Diabetic does not contain added fructose, sucrose, corn syrup, or table sugar, but contains a new, unique blend of carbohydrates composed of slow-digesting sugars and fibers that have been clinically proven to have a low glycemic index and produce a lower blood glucose response. This unique blend of low glycemic carbohydrates supports and improves glucose management and helps minimize peaks in blood sugar.
Is Enterex Diabetic a medication for diabetes?
No, Enterex Diabetic is not a medication for diabetes and it is not intended to decrease or increase your blood sugar levels.
Is it normal to have an increase in blood sugar after drinking Enterex Diabetic?
Enterex Diabetic contains protein, carbohydrates and fats, and like any food or meal that contains a combination of these nutrients, it will impact blood sugar levels. Enterex Diabetic, however, is scientifically designed with a unique blend of slow-digesting carbohydrates with a low glycemic index to help manage blood sugar spikes when used as part of a diabetes management plan.
What does low glycemic index (GI) mean?
Glycemic index (GI) is used to classify foods according to how they affect blood sugar after they are consumed (also known as postprandial blood glucose response). GI indicates how high blood sugar will rise after a food is eaten. Foods with a low GI will produce a small or moderate increase in blood sugar, whereas foods with a high GI will produce a sharp increase in blood sugar.
What is the benefit of a low GI vs. a high GI food?
Low GI foods release their carbohydrate slowly and produce a lower glycemic response (small or moderate rise in blood sugar) while high GI foods have carbohydrates that are digested and absorbed rapidly and produce a higher glycemic response (higher blood sugar). The lower the GI, the longer it will take for glucose to enter your bloodstream and the more stable your blood sugar levels could be.
Does Enterex Diabetic contain gluten or lactose?
Enterex Diabetic is gluten free and suitable for people with lactose intolerance.
Can Enterex Diabetic be used by people without diabetes?
Yes, Enterex Diabetic can be used by people without diabetes as a snack, meal replacement, or supplement to manage their nutritional intake.