Introducing New Kate Farms Standard 1.4
Designed to Support Weight Gain and Maintenance
The number one clinician-requested Kate Farms formula is here! Finally, high calorie, plant-based, organic nutrition with intact protein for patients needing to gain or maintain weight. We’re thrilled to introduce NEW Kate Farms Standard 1.4 available in Vanilla and Plain flavors.
In a recent study of oncology patients consuming Kate Farms:
100% of Oncology patients maintained or gained weight while on Kate Farms 1, 2
Made for Tolerance
Easily Digested Organic Pea Protein
Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS) of 1.0 and a complete amino acid profile
- USDA Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified
- Made Without Common Allergens or Artificial Ingredients
Functional ingredients to Support Gut Health
- Prebiotic organic agave inulin in a clinically effective amount to improve GI tolerance3
- Clinically effective amount of a phytonutrient blend to provide antioxidants4,5
- Organic MCT Oil for digestion support
Mild flavor profile
Formulated for your patients 14 years and older with:
- Increased calorie and protein needs
- Limited volume tolerance
- Poor GI tolerance to other formulas
- Failure to thrive or malnutrition, malabsorption
We’re happy to send samples of Kate Farms formulas directly to your patients!
Shipping is free and most samples arrive within two business days.
1 Bailey, M., Millovich, V., Komar, S. Weight gain in oncology patients using a plant-based oral nutrition supplement. Poster accepted for presentation at: Virtual Congress on Clinical Nutrition & Metabolism; September 2020.
2 n=13. Due to Covid-19, only 9 patients were able to return for follow-up visits.
3 Holscher, H.D., Doligale, J.L., Bauer, L.L., Gourineni, V., Pelkman, C.L., Fahey, G.C., Swanson, K.S. (2014). Gastrointestinal tolerance and utilization of agave inulin by healthy adults.
4 Nemzer, B.V., Fink, N., Fink, B. New insights on effects of a dietary supplement on oxidative and nitrosative stress in humans. Food Science and Nutrition. 2014, 828-839.
5 Nemzer, B., Chang, T., Xie, Z., Pietrzkowski, Z., Reyes, T., Ou, B. Decrease of free radical concentrations in humans following consumption of a high antioxidant capacity natural product. Food Science and Nutrition. 2014, 2, 647-654.