Uses Dietetic food for the nutritional treatment of ingredient and nutrient intolerances providing selected protein and carbohydrate sources. Medical Indications: - Elimination diet for food trials - Dermatitis associated with food allergy - Gastroenteritis associated with food allergy - Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency - Lymphangiectasia - Malabsorption - Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Protein losing enteropathy - Hyperlipidemia Medical Contraindications: none Clinical Considerations & Diet Characteristics: Modified protein source with a low molecular weight* - form that is less likely to initiate an immune response Modified soy as the single protein source - reduction in antigenicity Source of medium-chain triglycerides - high digestibility Administration: Elimination diet trial : It must be fed exclusively for 3 to 8 weeks and even up to 12 weeks. If signs of intolerance disappear this feed can be used indefinitely.
Single hydrolysed protein broken down into tiny components too small to cause any allergic reaction
Purified carbohydrates to reduce the risk of an allergic reaction occurring.
Added omega-3 fatty acids to help maximise natural anti-inflammatory process.