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Clearvite Rice or Pea Protein Powders

     
Both rice protein and pea protein are hypoallergenic, easily-digestable protein sources that are easy on those with impaired gallbladder function. This particular formulation contains many nutrients that detox and support the gallbladder and liver. It is also supportive food for the gastrointestinal cells. It can be used to aid in gastrointestinal recovery, liver and gallbladder detoxification, and during any systemic inflammation.


Rice Protein
Chocolate
21 Servings per 1.62 lb container
Price: $62
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Vanilla
21 Servings per 1.62 lb container
Price: $62
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Pea Protein - Vanilla
42 (smaller scoop) servings per 1 lb container
Price: $62
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CLEARVITE is an excellent source of very high quality vitamins, minerals, and numerous nutritional factors. The protein source is derived from rice, which generates a superior quality hypoallergenic protein. In addition, it contains nutrients that aid in the breakdown and utilization of fats as well as herbal compounds that stimulate formation of bile, bile secretion, and elimination. It also contains numerous nutritional cofactors and botanical extracts that support phase I and phase II detoxification of the liver. It can be extremely beneficial to those patients who demonstrate gallstone type symptoms, imbalanced hormonal patterns, PMS, menopause, or any other condition in which optimizing the clearance of hormones is indicated. It may help to normalize the digestive processes in people that have had their gallbladder removed. It also contains anti-inflammatory nutrients, lactobacillus acidophilus and probiotics all of which are supportive to the intestines and to proper absorption of nutrients.

It contains medium chain trigylcerides (MCTs) that are derived from coconut oil. Even though coconut oil itself can be hard for people with gallbladder disease to absorb, in this particular form they do not require pancreatic enzymes or
bile acid for absorption. MCTs are rapidly utilized by gastrointestinal mucosa cells for energy and may aid gastrointestinal regenerative processes and provide a useful source of energy for people that suffer from malabsorption.1. 2.

Rice protein
is a hypoallergenic protein and suitable for use by those with food allergies and has even been used for tube feeding of infants, the elderly, and the severely ill.

Pea protein has had the fiber removed and therefore the lectins that are contained in the fiber. It is also hypoallergenic and easily digested. It is a great alternative for people who tend to be sensitive to grains. With all of the sensitive digestive systems I work with, I suggest the pea over rice for most.

Dosage: 1 scoop per day

Each serving of the rice protein contains 12 gm of protein. Each serving of the pea protein contains 5 gm of protein. I recommend not exceeding one serving for the first three days. This can be split into two half servings. Watch how your body responds. This is a cleansing formula. Taken at this dosage you should be able to use this as a dietary protein source with the added benefit of liver and gallbladder support. As you are able to increase, one to two servings daily is the recommended amount.

Ingredients:

Protein 12 g
Vitamin A (as beta carotene) 1700 IU
Vitamin C (as calcium ascorbate)250 mg
Vitamin D (as cholecalciferol) 100 IU
Thiamin (as thiamin hcl) 4 mg
Riboflavin 4 mg
Niacin (as niacinamide) 8 mg
Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxal 5 phosphate) 8 mg
Folic acid 100 mcg
Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin) 150 mcg
Biotin 150 mcg
Calcium (as calcium citrate) 170 mg
Phosphorus (as monosodium phosphate) 16 mg
Magnesium (as magnesium citrate) 100 mg
Zinc (as zinc monomethionine) 4 mg
Selenium (as selenomethionine) 15 mcg
Manganese (as manganese ascorbate) 8 mg
Chromium (as chromium polynicotinate) 85 mcg
Molybdenum (as molybdenum chelate) 85 mcg
Sodium (as sodium sulfate, chloride) 75 mg
Evening Primrose powder 900 mg *
Inulin 900 mg *
Medium Chain Triglycerides 500 mg *
L-Glutamine 480 mg *
Glycine 240 mg *
Quercitin 165 mg *
Rutin 165 mg *
Hesperiden 100 mg *
L-Lysine 100 mg *
Enzyme Blend 80 mg *
(amylase, cellulase, glucanase, protease)
Milk Thistle Seed extract 80 mg *
Taurine 80 mg *
Marshmallow root 60 mg *
L. Acidophilis 4.5 billion CFU *
N-Acetyl Cysteine 40 mg *
Choline (as choline bitartrate) 40 mg *
Grape Seed extract 20 mg *
Jerusalem Artichoke 20 mg *
Gamma Oryzanol 15 mg *


Other Ingredients: Rice protein, rice maltodextrin, dried apple powder, methylcellulose, dried blueberry powder and flavor, xylitol, vanilla flavor or chocolate, Lo Han® fruit extract.




"I've just been using this shake for two and I am craving it already. The strange thing is I don't even particularly like it. There must be something in there my body needs." SG



1 Bach AC and Babyan VK. Medium-chain triglycerides: An update. Am J Clin Nutr 36,950-962, 1982.
2 Seatib TB, et al. Thermic effect of medium-chain and long-chain triglycerides in man. Am J Clin Nutr 44, 630-634, 1986.
3 Klimberg V, et al. Prophylactic glutamine protects the intestinal mucosa from radiation injury. Cancer July1;66(1):62-68, 1990.



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Did You Know?

that studies show medium-chain tricylerides as found in this shake, may contribute to weight loss?2.

GLUTAMINE is the preferred fuel source for the cells of the small intestines and has shown to be helpful in improving the regeneration and repair of the intestinal lining. It has shown to increase the number of cells in the small intestine, the number of villi on those cells, and the height of the villi. Glutamine reduces permeability of the lining which may accompany "leaky gut" patterns that may lead to inflammation and the development of delayed food intolerances.3

 

Gallbladder attacks are more commom than you may think. Gallstones affect more than 25 million American (our total population being 310 million in early 2011). One million new cases of gallstones are diagnosed annually, according to the American Gastroenterological Association.

500,000-700,000 gallbladder removals take place every year in the USA alone, and since the diet of the general American population is not improving, those numbers are rising.

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DID YOU KNOW...
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