Enterex

Lelebell82
By Lelebell82 Latest Reply 2013-04-12 18:12:37 -0500
Started 2013-04-12 14:12:17 -0500

Im not sure if I asked this before but does anyone here use Enterex? I have 8 can in my fridge but have not used them yet. The can says use under a doctors care so me being anxious-I have not drank it. I just did my blood work and my numbers are better but not where I want them to be. I see a specialist the end of the month.

Hope all is well with everyone!


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Lelebell82
Lelebell82 2013-04-12 17:34:42 -0500 Report

I found it at Shoprite. Its for diabetics just not sure if its like a meal replacement or what. I will ask the doctor next time I am there.

jayabee52
jayabee52 2013-04-12 18:12:37 -0500 Report

Something from the website for Enterex may be found here ~ http://www.victus.com/products/enterex/nutrit...

I note from that there are many formulations of Enterex, including one for Kidney issues (renal) which is a major concern for me at this time.

The form of Enterex for diabetes may be found here ~ http://www.victus.com/products/enterex-diabet... and the nutritional info found here ~ http://www.victus.com/products/enterex-diabet...

I just clicked on the Nutrition facts link and got the Nutrition Information on it and per 237 ml serving it has 27 g of carbs That is nearly 1 meal's worth of carbs for a lady.

In the ingredient list the FIRST two ingredients (the ingredients making up the largest amount of the formula) are: " U-D Water, maltodextrin" UD = "ultra distilled", and maltodextrin a "easily digestible carbohydrate made from rice, corn, or potato starch" ( which causes me a bit of concern )

Probably to drink those spaced out over several weeks won't do you much harm, but I would recommend not buying more of it.

It would be interesting to get feed back as to whether it tastes hideous or not.

James