Cholextra t/f FAQ, Cholesterol Powde
How much Solace Nutrition Cholextra t/f should I take each day?
As with all Solace Nutrition products, daily intake should be determined by your healthcare professional. Our medical foods are meant for use by healthcare professionals, not the general public.
Can Cholextra t/f be used in a tube feeding?
Yes, Cholextra t/f is dispersible in a powder formula designed for use in tube feeding. It can also be taken orally.
How should I consume Solace Nutrition’s Cholextra t/f?
Measure the amount of Cholextra t/f powder recommended by your healthcare professional using the scoop in the container or by using a gram scale. This Solace Nutrition medical food may be consumed orally or by tube feeding. Consume the powder by either sprinkling on food, mixing into moist foods or liquids, or taking directly by mouth followed with water.
How should Cholextra t/f be stored?
Unopened bottles of our cholesterol powder should be kept in a cool, dry place. Reseal opened bottles, and use them within three months.
How much cholesterol is in Cholextra t/f?
Cholextra t/f is a proprietary microencapsulated powder with 10% cholesterol. Each jar contains 185 g powder, which provides 18.5 g cholesterol; one level scoop delivers 2.6 grams of powder containing 260 mg of cholesterol.
What are the ingredients in Cholextra t/f?
Cholesterol, dextrin, oleic acid, potassium bicarbonate, gum acacia, vitamin E, and sucrose. Solace Nutrition medical foods contain only scientifically researched ingredients, and all nutrients in the formulation have a daily requirement.
Is Cholextra t/f nutritionally complete?
No, Cholextra t/f should not be used as a sole source of nutrition. It is meant to be used for the dietary management of cholesterol in conjunction with other sources of nutrients.
Does Cholextra t/f contain calories?
Yes, Solace Nutrition’s Cholextra t/f contains some fat and carbohydrates. Each gram of powder contains 2.8 kcal from 200 mg of fat and 280 mg of carbohydrate.
Does Cholextra t/f contain allergens?
This medical food is allergen tested at No Detectable Limit (NDL) for egg, milk, fish, crustacean, corn, soy, gluten, tree nuts, and peanut.