Boost plus 4390093238 Chocolate 8oz. brik 27/cs, by Nestle
Complete nutritional drink with 26 vitamins and minerals, 14 grams of high-quality protein and 360 calories per 8 fl oz serving to help achieve and mantain a healthy weight.
BOOST PLUS® drink with 360 calories per serving has 1.5 times the calories of BOOST® Original Drink, and provides 14 grams high-quality protein. Increased calorie and protein intake may help to achieve and maintain a healthy weight. Also provides 26 essential vitamins & minerals. Have BOOST PLUS®drink as a nutritious snack or with a meal to help meet daily nutritional needs. One serving of Boost Plus benefits you with:
14 grams of protein to help maintain muscles, bones and skin tissues.
As much calcium as an 8 ounce glass of milk, yet it’s lactose free.
Calcium helps form, build and maintain strong, healthy bones and teeth.
Valuable antioxidants selenium, vitamin E and vitamin C. Antioxidants help keep cells healthy and may help prevent heart disease and cancer.
Vitamins B6 and B12, valuable sources-of-energy during physical activity for help in creating strong red blood cells to carry oxygen between your lungs and body tissues.
Vitamins A, D, E and K, fat-soluble vitamins help maintain your body in a variety of ways such as promoting healthy eyesight, skin, bones and tissue.
Boost Plus Nutritional Energy Drink Features:
- kcal/mL: 1.52
- Caloric Distribution (% of kcal)
- Protein: 16%
- Carbohydrate: 50%br> Fat: 34% Protein Source: milk protein concentrate, calcium and sodium caseinates
- NPC:N Ratio: 139:1
- n6:n3 Ratio: 4.9:1
- Osmolality (mOsm/kg water)
- Vanilla/Strawberry: 670
- Chocolate: 630
- Water Content: 780 mL/1000 mL
- Meets 100% RDI for 24 key micronutrients: 946 mL
Appropriate for these diets:
- Lactose-free*, low-residue, kosher, gluten-free
- *Not for individuals with galactosemia
For the Dietary Management of:
- Congestive Heart Failure
- Failure to Thrive
- HIV / AIDS
- Inadequate Oral Intake
- Lactose Intolerance
- Reduced Appetite
- Surgery: Oral Surgery
- Volume Intolerance
- Unintentional Weight Loss
- Disease Related Anorexia
- Tumor-induced Weight Loss
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