ElementAll™ Diet Tropical


ElementAll™ Diet Tropical

Nutritionally Complete Hypoallergenic Formula

704 g Powder ( SKU: AU9715 )


ElementAll™ Diet is a nutritionally complete formula to aid repair of the gastrointestinal wall lining and support small intestinal health. Containing pure, 100% free-form amino acids, readily absorbed carbohydrates and MCT, this hypoallergenic formula contains the daily recommended allowances for all nutrients, vitamins and minerals in easily digestible forms.

• Hypoallergenic medical food, which can be used as a sole source of nutrition, under medical supervision1
• Pure, 100% free-form amino acids, readily absorbed carbohydrates and MCT to aid absorption in cases of severely compromised gastrointestinal (GI) tracts1-3
• Absorbed in the first two feet of the small intestine, thus preventing food particles from reacting with the majority of the GI tract. This reduces many of the symptoms associated with GI conditions.1-3
• Nutritionally complete formula containing the daily recommended allowances for all nutrients, vitamins and minerals1-3
• Great tasting formula for better compliance
• By delivering nutrients in a digestible form, ElementAll™ Diet relieves digestive discomfort and decreases symptoms of nervous indigestion4,5
• ElementAll Diet also helps maintain energy levels and assists in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates1-3
• ElementAll Diet supports healthy bowel and small intestine function and assists in the
repair of body tissue1-3,6-8
• ElementAll Diet assists in relieving inflammation and helps restore healthy gut bacteria.4,5
• May also be recommended as part of more general detoxification, elimination or gut restoration programs or protocols1,6-8
• Gluten, dairy, soy, egg, yeast, tree nut and GMO free

Feature Summary

Bioclinic Naturals ElementAll™ Diet was developed in order to provide an important tool for health care practitioners when dealing with many health issues directly or indirectly related to gastrointestinal well-being.
A key motivation was to overcome the poor taste that is typical of existing formulas in order to aid patient compliance. ElementAll Diet achieves this whilst also delivering a highly effective, hypoallergenic, whole-protein free and nutrient rich formula.

Medicinal Ingredients

Each Level Scoop (35.2 g) Contains:
L-glutamine 2222.25 mg
L-leucine 1666.75 mg
L-lysine hydrochloride 451.02 mg
Equivalent to L-lysine 361 mg
L-isoleucine 450 mg
L-valine 450 mg
L-phenylalanine 200 mg
L-threonine 200 mg
L-cysteine hydrochloride 180.82 mg
Equivalent to L-cysteine 139 mg
L-methionine 120 mg
L-tyrosine 112.50 mg
L-histidine hydrochloride 185.22 mg
Equivalent to L-histidine 150 mg
L-aspartic acid 111 mg
L-proline 111 mg
L-serine 27.75 mg
L-alanine 27.75 mg
Glycine 27.75 mg
Taurine 11 mg
L-carnitine tartrate 10.99 mg
Equivalent to L-carnitine 7.50 mg
Potassium (citrate) 145.75 mg
Magnesium (citrate, glycerophosphate) 33.25 mg
Calcium (phosphate, glycerophosphate) 100 mg
Iron (ferrous fumarate) 1.50 mg
Manganese (sulfate) 330 micrograms
Zinc (sulfate monohydrate) 2.08 mg
Selenium (selenomethionine) 11.54 micrograms
Copper (cupric sulfate pentahydrate) 167 micrograms
Molybdenum (trioxide) 8 micrograms
Chromium (picolinate) 13 micrograms
Iodine (potassium iodide) 17 micrograms
Boron (borax) 250 micrograms
Choline bitartrate 80.89 mg
Equivalent to choline 33.25 mg
Sodium ascorbate 22.50 mg
Equivalent to ascorbic acid (vitamin C) 20 mg
dl-alpha-tocopherol acetate (10 IU vitamin E) 10.50 mg
Nicotinamide 3.25 mg
Retinol palmitate 461 micrograms
Equivalent to vitamin A (833.33IU) 252 micrograms
Pyridoxine hydrochloride 770.90 micrograms
Equivalent to pyridoxine (vitamin B6) 650 micrograms
Colecalciferol (66 IU vitamin D3) 1.65 micrograms
Riboflavine (vitamin B2) 500 micrograms
Thiamine nitrate 616 micrograms
Equivalent to thiamine (vitamin B1) 500 micrograms
Folic acid 31.27 micrograms
Levomefolic glucosamine 8.34 micrograms
Equivalent to levomefolic acid 4.50 micrograms
Biotin 50 micrograms
Calcium pantothenate 3.55 mg
Equivalent to Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) 3.25 mg
Phytomenadione (vitamin K1) 10 micrograms
Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12) 2 micrograms
Glucose monohydrate (dextrose) 12.50 g
Lecithin (sunflower) 250 mg
Contains fish, sugar, sulfites.


Contraindications: Avoid if persistent nausea/vomiting and/or mechanical obstruction. Safety during pregnancy/lactation is not established. Diabetics should monitor blood sugar closely.

Warnings: Vitamins and minerals can only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. Phenylketonurics are warned that this product contains phenylalanine. Do not use if you are pregnant or likely to become pregnant. This product contains selenium which is toxic in high doses. A daily dose of 150 micrograms of selenium for adults from dietary supplements should not be exceeded. Contains dextrose. Contains zinc which may be dangerous if taken in large amounts or for a long period.

Drug Interactions

May impair absorption of quinolones, e.g. ciprofloxacin.
Contains no artificial colours, preservatives, or sweeteners; no dairy, wheat, gluten, yeast, egg, shellfish, tree nuts or GMOs.

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