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Kate Farms
Glucose Support 1.2

Plant-based,
organic formula

Designed to help manage blood sugar*
and support overall health

Kate Farms Glucose Support 1.2

Kate Farms Glucose Support 1.2

  • Designed to help manage blood sugar*
  • No artificial sweeteners and no sugar alcohols
  • Provides the benefits of a plant-based diet

The Kate Farms difference

Plant-based, organic formula
Designed to help manage blood sugar* and support overall health

Designed to help manage blood sugar*

Designed to help manage blood sugarLow glycemic index1
16 g plant-based protein
Prebiotic fiber from organic agave inulin

No artificial sweeteners and no sugar alcohols

No artificial sweeteners and no sugar alcoholsSweetened with organic agave syrup
Natural organic vanilla flavor

Provides the benefits of a plant-based diet

Plant-based protein
No lactose or milk protein to help support ease of digestion
Easily digested organic pea protein§
Prebiotic fiber for gut microbiome support2Organic agave inulin
Plant-based ALA Omega-3
(Omega 6:3 ratio)
Organic flaxseed oil
3:1
Phytonutrient blend designed to improve markers of oxidative stress3,4Organic phytonutrient blend
Naturally occurring arginine, known to support nutritional needs of those with wounds5.6 g/L

Other key features

Low osmolality that may support GI tolerance340
Organic MCT Oil for easy fat absorption30:70
Certified USDA Organic and Non-GMOYes

Kate Farms formulas:
Plant-based and clinically proven

Kate Farms formulas are clinically proven to demonstrate improved tolerance

In a large study (n=392), patients who switched to Kate Farms reported‖5:

Improved digestive symptoms

Respondents reported that they strongly agreed/agreed that they had improved digestive symptoms while on Kate Farms.

Feeling healthier

Respondents reported that they strongly agreed/agreed that they felt healthier while on Kate Farms.

Improved nutrition

Respondents reported that they strongly agreed/agreed that Kate Farms formulas improved nutrition.

Kate Farms Glucose Support 1.2 has a low glycemic index#1

Recommend Kate Farms for your patients

Kate Farms Glucose Support 1.2

Available 2/1/22

Easy to use

  • Sole source or
    supplemental nutrition
  • Oral or tube feeding

Nationally Available

  • Hospitals and home care
  • KateFarms.com
  • Amazon.com

Eligible for Insurance Coverage

  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Private plans
HCPCS billing codeB4154
In the same formula category asGlucerna®
Boost Glucose Control®
Diabetisource® AC

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* As part of a balanced diet
Per 250 mL serving. Glucerna 1.2 contains 13.7g sugar per 250mL; Kate Farms Glucose Support 1.2 contains 9g sugar per 250mL. See nutrition information for fat and saturated fat content. Accessed 12/13/2021: https://static.abbottnutrition.com/cms-prod/abbottnutrition-2016.com/img/Adult.pdf.
See nutrition information for fat and saturated fat content
§ Contains all 9 essential amino acids from pea protein with added L-cysteine to provide a Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS) of 1.0
Formulas included in the study were Kate Farms Pediatric Standard 1.2, Standard 1.0, and Pediatric Peptide 1.5 and Peptide 1.5.
Including easier bowel movements; less reflux, abdominal discomfort, bloating, nausea.
# The glycemic index value was determined using the standard ISO method (ISO 26642:2010). Subjects consumed a test meal (Kate Farms) or dextrose control after an overnight fast of 10-14 hours. Blood samples were taken at 15- to 30-minute increments over a two-hour period.
** Compared to conventional nonvegetarian diet.

References:

  1. 2020; Inquis Clinical Research, Toronto.
  2. Holscher, H.D., et al. (2014). Food & Function. 5(6), 1142-1149.
  3. Nemzer, B.V., et al. Food Science and Nutrition. 2014, 828-839.
  4. Nemzer, B., et al. Food Science and Nutrition. 2014, 2, 647-654.
  5. Cohen SA et al. J Parenter Enteral Nutr. 2020; 44(3):275.
  6. Yokoyama Y et al. Cardiovasc Diagn Ther. 2014;4(5)373-382.
  7. Viguiliouk E et al. Clin Nutr. 2019;38(3):1133-1145.
  8. Miki A et al. J Diabetes Res. 2017; 7985728.