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1. Who may take Albumax®?
Albumax® may be recommended for seniors, individuals on dialysis, cancer patients, sports athletes, burns patients, individuals with anorexia, HIV patients and/or anyone at risk of malnutrition.
2. Is Albumax® safe for children?
Albumax® may be used in children from 12 years and older. If you would like to use it in children younger that 12 years, we recommend consulting a doctor or dietician.
3. How do I take Albumax®?
Albumax® comes in a powder form and is added to food. It comes with a 5 gram scoop. One serving is equal to 3 scoops (15 grams).
4. Where can I buy Albumax®?
You will find Albumax® in leading and selected independent pharmacies. If your local pharmacy does not have it in stock, you may ask them to order it in for you.
5. Why should I take Albumax® rather than other protein supplements?
Albumax® is made up of whey protein isolate and calcium caseinate isolate. It goes under a higher filtration process which yields a higher protein content. It is approximately 95% pure protein. There are no added sugars, carbohydrates or fats.
6. Is Albumax® suitable for vegans?
The protein in Albumax® is sourced from cows milk. It will therefore not be suitable for vegans.
7. Is Albumax® safe for diabetics?
Yes, it is safe for diabetics. There are no added sugars, carbohydrates or fats.
8. Will Albumax® have a negative affect on the kidneys?
No, as the type of protein in Albumax® decreases the amount of urea that is formed.
9. How much Albumax® may I have a day?
You may have 1 – 4 servings a day. One serving is equal to 15 grams. Should you have concerns with how much Albumax you may require, we recommend consulting a dietician.
10. How much protein is in Albumax®?
A 15 gram serving of Albumax® will give you 14.2 grams of high quality protein.
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