Daily intake should be determined by your healthcare professional specializing in mitochondrial disorders. Dosing is based on age, body weight and the metabolic condition of the patient.
Each bottle of D-Ribose contains 200 grams of pure powder.
Yes, it includes a 5-gram scoop.
Each unpacked, level scoop of Cytose powder delivers 5 grams of D-Ribose.
Cytose was not designed with tube feeding in mind, but the powder is readily soluble in formula and can be used for tube feeding.
Cytose is pure D-Ribose powder and includes no other ingredients.
Using the enclosed scoop, measure your recommended amount of Cytose. Consume with a carbohydrate containing food or drink. Cytose can be added directly to juices, beverages or sprinkled on top of or mixed into food. To enhance absorption, Cytose should be taken with an additional carbohydrate food source..
It is a natural five-carbon sugar, and as such, is slightly sweet tasting.
Unopened bottles should be kept in a cool, dry place. Reseal opened bottles, store in a refrigerator and use within 3 months.
Cytose has been tested allergen-free of gluten, egg, wheat, fish, crustacean, corn, soy, tree nuts and peanut. Also, it has been tested GMO-free.
Type 1 Diabetics (Insulin Dependent) may have an exacerbation of hypoglycemic effects from ingestion of Cytose at or above 10 grams/dose. Transient low blood sugar can occur when doses of 10 g or more are taken on an empty stomach. Consult your healthcare professional specializing in mitochondrial disorders for dosing.
Cytose contains D-Ribose only. It is not a source of macronutrients or other vitamins and minerals. Cytose should not be used as a sole source of nutrition.