Glucerna product information
Glucerna makes a nutritional health shake, containing a slow-release, low-GI carbohydrate blend.1
Its new formulation enhances glycaemic control, with a GI of 41. It is important to be aware of how the GI of different foods can affect your blood glucose levels, and Glucerna can help minimise blood glucose spikes.2-5
How can nutritional supplements help keep you on track?
Life is busy, but it is easy to get some support, so you are keeping your diabetes management plan on track.
A healthy diet is vital for keeping up with your diabetes management.2 Nutritional supplements can assist you in getting your recommended dietary intake of vitamin and minerals.3 Glucerna is a nutritional supplement that is the convenient and healthier option to skipped meals or snacks that are high in calories. With slow-release, low-GI carbohydrates, Glucerna helps you manage your blood glucose levels.4
0.96 kcal/mL slow-release carbohydrate system with an unique healthy fat blend.1
The new formulation provides complete and balanced nutrition for patients with diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance. *6
|per 100mL||per serving (237mL)*|
|α-linolenic acid (ω3)||g||0.07||0.16|
|Linoleic acid (ω6)||g||0.76||1.80|
|Dietary fibre, total||g||1.65||3.90|
|Vitamin A||mcg RE||70||166|
|Vitamin E||mg α-TE||2.2||5.3|
|Thiamin (Vitamin B1)||mg||0.17||0.41|
|Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)||mg||0.20||0.48|
|Niacin equivalents||mg NE||2.02||4.79|
To prepare a 237mL serving, put 200mL of cooled water into a glass. Gradually add 5 pressed scoops (enclosed) or 52.1g of Glucerna powder while stirring, and mix until dissolved.
An 850g can of powder yields approximately 16 × 237mL servings.
Food for Special Medical Purposes. Use under medical supervision.
This product is suitable as a supplemental source of nutrition.
• Not for parenteral use
• Not for use in galactosaemic
• Not intended for use in children unless otherwise instructed by a healthcare professional
Country of manufacture
Made in Granada, Spain
References1. Abbott. Data on File.
2. Diabetes Australia. Glycemic Index. 2021. Available at: https://www.diabetesaustralia.com.au/food-activity/eating-well/glycemic-index/.
3. Dávila LA, et al. Nutrients. 2019;11(7):1477.
4. Devitt A, et al. Journal of Diabetes Research and Clinical Metabolism. 2012;1(1):20.
5. Mottalib A, et al. Nutrients. 2016;8(7):443.
6. Glucerna Product Label.