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Nutritional Supplements Quick Reference

Nutritional Supplements Quick Reference

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Nutritional Supplements Quick Reference

Instructions: 1. Select number of entries (rows) to be displayed on the table. 2. Click on the header of each column to sort (e.g., click on "Product Name" to sort by product names in alphabetical order), or use the "search" field to find a specific productNutrition information per 8 oz serving unless indicated. Source: manufacturers websites and practice tips. This table is constantly being updated, and new products may be added or deleted without notice. 


Type Product Name Manufacturer Calories Protein (g)
General Nutritional Supplements
Ensure
Abbott 250 9
General Nutritional Supplements
Boost Nestle 240 10
General Nutritional Supplements
Carnation Instant Breakfast Essential
Nestle
250
14
General Nutritional Supplements
Carnation Instant Breakfast powder – mixed with 8 oz fat free milk (single-serve envelope yields 9 oz.)
Nestle
220
13
General Nutritional Supplements
Ensure Powder (per ½ cup serving)
Abbott
250
9
General Nutritional Supplements
Orgain (330 ml)
Orgain
255
16
High Calories or Protein Nutritional SupplementsEnsure Plus
Abbott
350
13
High Calories or Protein Nutritional Supplements
Boost Plus
Nestle
360
14
High Calories or Protein Nutritional Supplements
Scandishake
Nutricia440
6
High Calories or Protein Nutritional Supplements
Boost High Protein
Nestle
240
15
High Calories or Protein Nutritional Supplements
Ensure High Protein
Abbott
230
12
High Calories or Protein Nutritional Supplements
Boost VHC
Nestle
560
23
High Calories or Protein Nutritional Supplements
Boost Compact (4 fl. oz)
Nestle
240
10
High Calories or Protein Nutritional Supplements
Pro-Stat Sugar Free AWC (Advanced Wound Care) (1 fl oz or 30ml, with 3.3g arginine, 17g collagen, citrulline, cystine, vitamin C and zinc)
Nutricia10017
High Calories or Protein Nutritional Supplements
Juven (0.82 oz (23.0 g) Packet - single-serve envelope yields 8-10 oz., with 7g arginine, 7g glutamine, 1.5g CaHMB, 2.5g collagen, micronutrients)
Abbott902.5 
High Calories or Protein Nutritional Supplements
Arginaid Extra (6g of whey protein, 4.5 g arginine, vitamins C and E, and zinc)Nestle25010.5
Supplements for People with Diabetes or high blood sugar 
Boost Glucose Control (total carbohydrates: 16 g)
Nestle
190
16
Supplements for People with Diabetes or high blood sugar 
Glucerna Shake (total carbohydrates: 27 g)
Abbott
200
10
Supplements for People with Diabetes or high blood sugar 
Glucerna Bar (total carbohydrates: 25 g) 
Abbott
150
6
Clear Juice Supplements
Enlive
Abbott
250
9
Clear Juice Supplements
Resource Breeze
Nestle
250
9
Clear Juice Supplements
Isopure Plus 
Isopure
190
15
Clear Juice Supplements
Ensure Clear (296 ml)
Abbott
180
9
Miscellaneous Supplements
Boost Pudding (5 oz)
Nestle
240
7
Miscellaneous Supplements
Ensure Pudding
Abbott
170
4
Nourishments (Additions)
Resource BeneCalorie (1.5 oz.)
Nestle
330
7
Nourishments (Additions)
Resource BeneProtein (1 scoop or packet)
Nestle
25
6
Nourishments (Additions)
Unjury (Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry Sorbet, Chicken soup, unflavored) – whey protein isolate
Unjury
80
20
Nourishments (Additions)
Jarrow Whey protein powder
Jarrow
94
18
Nourishments (Additions)
Glutasolve (glutamine) 15g/serving
Nestle
90
15
Nourishments (Additions)
Egg White powder – found in grocery stores
Various
Various
Various
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Nutrition plays a major role in wound healing. The main goal of nutrition in wound healing is to provide optimum calories and nutrition to support healing. [1][2] Deficiencies in protein, vitamin D, vitamin C and zinc have been demonstrated to impair wound healing, and are often present among patients with chronic wounds. This topic aims to provide practical guidance to support clinical decisions when screening, assessing and managing nutrition in patients with chronic wounds.