F.A.Q.

Frequently Asked Questions

Any nutrient content difference between the GT&F milk powder and the capsule?
Where can I purchase it?
Why should I consume GT&F milk supplement if I'm healthy?
Is this product suitable for pregnant women?
Why infants and children should not consume GT&F milk supplement?
How long does one have to take GT&F® milk supplement to observe positive health effects?
What is the recommended dietary intake of chromium?
Is it possible to meet the daily required chromium with diet only?
Is chromium toxic?
How to determine a person’s body chromium status?
Why should I consume GT&F® if I am not a diabetic?
Why diabetic patients need to consume more GT&F®?
How long does one have to take GT&F® to observe positive health effects?
If a person has lactose intolerance, how should GT&F® Milk Powder be consumed?
Does GT&F® interact with other medication?
Can infants and children consume GT&F®?
References:

1 The National Academy of Sciences, 1989, Recommended Dietary Allowance 10th ed
2 Anderson RA, in Mertz W, ed. Trace Minerals in Human and Animal Nutrition, 5th ed, Vol 1. New York, Academic Press,1987: 185-22
3 Mertz W, Chromium Research from A Distance: From 1959 to 1980. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 1998; 17: 544-547
4 Anderson RA, Chromium and Diabetes, Nutrition 1999; 15: 720-722
5 Anderson RA, Physiology, Dietary Sources and Requirements, 1998, Academic Press, p.388-394
6 Davies S. et. al., Age-Related Decreases in Chromium Levels in 51,665 Hair, Sweat, and Serum Samples From 40,872 patients – Implications for the prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Type II Diabetes Mellitus. Metabolism 1997; 46: 469-473
* UK Department of Health: Estimated Average Requirements (EAR) for energy intake is 1940 calories per day for women and 2550 calories for men.

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