Q: What can I mix ProCel® into?
A: ProCel can be added to liquids or solids, temperature of liquids and solids can be either cold or hot (not boiling). Try these recipes!
Q: How much protein is in one serving and how much liquid is required?
A: Each 6.6gm serving of ProCel® is equal to 5gms of whey protein. ProCel® only requires 2-4 oz. of liquid to quickly dissolve.
Q: Can ProCel® be used with enteral feedings?
A: ProCel’s unique ability to completely dissolve in a small amount of liquid without clumping, makes it the ideal protein supplement for tube fed patients. Recommended use for tube fed patients is to add ProCel® to water flushes.
Q: Does ProCel® react with any other medication?
A: ProCel® does not interfere with the absorption or metabolism of other medications.
Q: Is LiquaFiber™ safe for anyone to take?
A: LiquaFiber™ is safe for the entire population! 13yrs of age to adult can take 1/2oz. LiquaFiber up to 3 times per day. Even children and expecting women can take LiquaFiber™ under the same considerations as any other dietary fiber.
Q: How much dietary fiber should I get from my daily diet?
A: The American Dietetic Association recommends the average person should try to consume 25-30g/fiber per day. This is considered the Recommended Daily Allowance. Most Americans consume only 50% of the RDA daily. LiquaFiber™ can assist you in meeting the RDA of fiber daily.
Q: How much phosphorus and potassium is in a serving a LiquaFiber™?
A: Phosphorus: 5.25mg in 1/2 oz serving
Potassium: 2.25mg in 1/2 oz. serving
Q: Who should use LiquaCel™?
A: Anyone looking to increase their protein intake. It is highly recommended for renal, bariatric, and wound healing individuals
Q: How can LiquaCel™ be administered?
A: May be served alone without additional mixing, mixed with other commercial nutritional supplements and shakes, mixed into soft foods or beverage, or through a feeding tube. Try these recipes!
Do not cook, or reheat foods/beverages mixed with LiquaCel™
Q:Is LiquaCel™ eligible for reimbursement by Medicaid?
A: Our LiquaCel™ 100 is but reimbursement varies by state. Eligibility, most often seen with hemodialysis, would be dependant on medical necessity and physician prescription.
Q: Is LiquaCel™ a nut free product?
A: Yes, there are no nuts in the product and it’s produced in a nut free facility.
Q: Can LiquaCel™ be refrigerated?
A: LiquaCel™ can be refrigerated or not refrigerated. The supplement goes from a nectar to honey consistency once refrigerated.
Q: Does LiquaCel™ contain sugar?
A: No, the supplement is sugar free.
Q: Is LiquaCel™ a complete protein?
A: Yes. LiquaCel™ is made up of a proprietary blend of hydrolyzed collagen protein and whey isolate. It contains all essential and non essential amino acids.
Q: Is LiquaCel™ made in the United States?
A: Yes. LiquaCel™ is made in the USA. Want more information about your specific Lot #? Contact us
Q: Can LiquaCel™ be mixed?
A: Yes. LiquaCel™ can be taken straight, however depending on fluid restrictions we recommend diluting with 1-4 ounces of water, clear diet soda, apple, grape and cranberry juice, and crystal light®.
Q: What is the potassium and phosphorus levels in a serving of LiquaCel™?
A: Each 1 oz serving contains 10mg of potassium and 2mg of phosphorus.
Q: Does LiquaCel™ clog feeding tubes?
A: No. LiquaCel™ can be used with a 30-60cc flush.
Q: Is LiquaCel™ Kosher?
A: The protein source for LiquaCel™ is from the porcine (skin). The pharmaceutical Solugel has been specially prepared and certified Kosher in accordance with Jewish Law. Certification available upon request.
Q: What is the shelf life of LiquaCel™?
A: LiquaCel™ has a 2 year shelf life unopened and a 3 month shelf life after opening.
Q: Does LiquaCel contain any fruit juices?
A: No, this supplement does not contain any fruit juices.
Q: What kind of calcium is UpCalD derived from?
A: Calcium citrate, which helps achieve superior absorption. Unlike calcium carbonate, which requires stomach acid and consumption with a meal for optimal absorption, calcium citrate is not dependent on gastric acid and can be taken without food.
Q: At what age is calcium intake important?
A: Very simply, at all ages. Calcium is important to infant development, childhood development when bones are growing, during childbearing and during adulthood to keep bones healthy and strong.
Q: Who needs a daily Calcium supplement?
A: In general, research has found that girls aged 9–13 years and 14–18 years, women aged 51–70 years, and both men and women older than 70 years fall below the desirable recommended intake for calcium. Overall, females are less likely than males to get recommended intakes of calcium from food.1,10 In addition, the following groups would benefit from a calcium supplement to help meet daily needs:
Postmenopausal women, Vegetarians, Vegans and ovo-vegetarians, individuals with lactose intolerance and/or cow’s milk allergy.
A: What affects calcium absorption from my diet?
Q: Fiber-rich foods and plant foods containing phytic acid can negatively affect the absorption of calcium, as can caffeine. Excess fat, salt and soft drinks also have a negative effect.
It is better to spread calcium intake out over the day instead of taking it all at once. Studies show that when too much calcium is in the body at once, absorption is diminished.
Q: What is calcium and why might I need more?
A: Calcium is an essential mineral that your body needs every day. Calcium plays a number of important roles in the body. A deficiency can cause numerous adverse health issues. First, calcium is the major constituent of bones and teeth. More than 98% of the body’s calcium is found in those structures. In the rest of the body, calcium supports heart function, circulation, nerve function and muscle tone.