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Nutrizen powder is a calorie dense nutritional supplement designed for faster and quicker healing of wounds. Nutrizen is a nutrient-rich diet proving the essential proteins, carbohydrates, fats, amino acids, anti-oxidants and minerals in adequate quantities which promote faster development, maintenance and growth of new tissues in wound care management. It contains Whey protein concentrate, Whey protein isolate, Soya protein isolate, Maltodextrin, Oleic sunflower oil powder, EPRO, DHA, Cocoa Powder, L-Glutamine, L-Arginine, Collagen, Vitamin mix, Mineral mix, Sucralose. Contains added flavour.

Role of key ingredients:
Macronutrients: Adequate amounts of macronutrients such as fats, carbohydrates and proteins are included to assist in the development, maintenance and growth of new body tissues and faster wound repair.
Collagen: Increases the amino acid pool thereby accelerates wound healing, skin growth and tissue formation.
Omega 3 6 fatty acids: Reduce inflammation and boost immune response for faster wound healing.
Glutamine Arginine: Boost immune responsiveness and assist in chronic wound healing. Dietary supplementation with Arginine has been shown to enhance protein metabolism, helping to decrease muscle loss, and collagen synthesis, which helps to increase the strength of the wound.
Arginine is also effective in healing chronic ulcers in people with diabetes (ultimately helping to reduce leg amputations).
Vitamins and minerals: Vitamin A, C and E along with Zinc act as antioxidants, stimulate collagen synthesis and reduce injury to the wound by controlling excessive free radicals, thereby the vitamins and minerals have a well-established role in wound care and promote quick healing of wound in diabetic foot ulcer.

Nutrizen powder is recommended in
Pressure ulcers
Diabetics with foot ulcers
Post surgical wound healing
Minor wounds or cuts, bed sores, lacerations etc.

Use under medical supervision.


Content on this page was last updated on 26 May, 2014, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)