Cyto RALA Nutritional Supplement FAQ
How much Cyto RALA powder should I take each day?
Daily intake should be determined by your healthcare professional specializing in mitochondrial or metabolic disorders. Dosing is based on age, body weight, and the metabolic condition of the patient. All Solace Nutrition products are meant for use under the guidance of a healthcare professional and not for use by the general population.
What type of Alpha Lipoic Acid is used in Cyto RALA?
Solace Nutrition’s Cyto RALA uses a sodium-stabilized and R-form of alpha lipoic acid. The powder is 80% concentrated with R-alpha lipoic acid (R-ALA).
How much R-ALA is in one bottle of Cyto RALA?
Each bottle of Cyto RALA contains 30 grams of 80% concentrated powder that provides 24 grams of pure R-form ALA.
Is there a scoop in the bottle of Cyto RALA?
Yes, each bottle contains a scoop that delivers 180 mg of powder, and each 180 mg of powder provides 145 mg of R-ALA.
Does Solace Nutrition’s Cyto RALA contain allergens?
As with all Solace Nutrition medical foods, Cyto RALA contains the least amount of allergens possible for the product. Cyto RALA is tested allergen-free for egg, milk, fish, crustacean, soy, corn, gluten, tree nuts, and peanut. It’s also GMO-free
How should I consume Cyto RALA?
Cyto RALA can be consumed either orally or tube feeding. Using the scoop, measure the amount of Cyto RALA recommended by your physician or healthcare professional. Consume directly by mouth, add to juices and beverages, or sprinkle on top of or mix with food. For tube feeding, measure the needed powder and mix into the formula.
Can Cyto RALA be tube fed?
Yes, Cyto RALA powder is soluble and will readily suspend in formulas.
How should Cyto RALA be stored?
Unopened bottles of Cyto RALA should be kept in a cool, dry place. Reseal opened bottles, store in a cool location and use within three months of purchase.
What are the ingredients in Solace Nutrition’s Cyto RALA?
The only ingredients in Cyto RALA are alpha lipoic acid, sodium, and bicarbonate.
Is Cyto RALA nutritionally complete?
No. This medical food contains only R-ALA, sodium, and bicarbonate. It is not a source of macronutrients or other vitamins and minerals. Cyto RALA should not be used as a sole source of nutrition.