NanoVM t/f = 5.6 g
Note: These weights represent 1 unpacked, level scoop. Actual weight may vary slightly.
It can be used from ages 1-18. Below is a table to guide the dosing for the various ages.
|Age (years)||NanoVM t/f Powder*||≈ % DRI**|
|1-3||¾ scoop (4.2 g)||30-50%|
|4-8||1 scoop (5.6 g)||40-50%|
|9-13||1 ½ scoops (8.4 g)||40-50%|
|14-18||2 scoops (11.2 g)||40-50%|
*Unpacked, level scoops
**Dietary Reference Intakes
Some nutrients fall outside the % DRI noted in the table above.
Yes. NanoVM t/f is allergen tested and analyzed to No Detectable Level (NDL) for egg, milk, soy, wheat, fish, crustacean, shellfish, tree nuts, and peanut.
Yes, the Vitamin C is derived from corn. Also, a percentage of the carbohydrate in NanoVM is maltodextrin, which is also corn derived as well.
Yes. Each production lot is tested in an independent lab for casein and gluten. The lot is released for sale when the test results confirm – “No Detectable Level” (NDL).
It is readily suspended in liquids and mixes well in foods. Simply
Many of the individual vitamins and minerals are coated to make it more palatable. It is not designed to be placed directly into the mouth, but when mixed into foods or liquids with the proper volume, most individuals find the taste acceptable.
Yes, it has been designed to be used in tube feedings. The powder is very soluble, meaning that it will mix into a tube feeding formula easily and will not cause blockage.
In many cases, it is, but it depends on the individual circumstances. Insurance companies, pharmacies and state agencies who may provide medical coverage of our products require a Healthcare Common Procedure Code (HCPC).