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Amongst many nutrients Lifegain® is*:
  • High in protein
  • High in energy
  • High in iron
  • High in zinc
  • High in vitamins A, B2 & B6
  • High in fibre as packed
  • Very high in omega-3 fatty acids
  • Very high in vitamin B1

Lifegain® contains no added sugar and is cholesterol, trans-fatty acids, gluten and lactose free.


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Depending on what condition you are managing or recovering from, you may be impacted by one or more of the following high impact factors:

 

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Severe illnesses that last for a very long period of time and cannot be cured completely can:
– Disrupt quality of life.
– Create intense emotional distress for both the patient and close family members.
– Mood changes can be a complication in patients with long term illnesses.
– Medications may have negative side effects.
– A weak immune system may result in further complications.

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A sedentary lifestyle can result in:
– Loss of lean muscle mass and strength.

Requirements for protein, vitamins and minerals actually increase and therefore obtaining sufficient nutrition becomes challenging due to:
– Decreased appetite.
– Lack of energy or motivation to prepare meals.
– Decline in the pleasantness of the taste and smell of foods.
– Decreased eating.
– A negative calcium balance can cause loss of bone mass.

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Prolonged inactivity can result in:
– Loss of lean body mass.
– Reduction in the building of muscle protein.
– A longer recovery period.
– Patients who come out of hospital are often surprised by how weak they feel and need assistance with basic life activities.
– Patients may not be able to eat well.

Injuries often require periods of inactivity or bed rest which can result in:
– Loss of lean body mass.
– Reduction in the building of muscle protein.
– A longer recovery period.

It is recommended that you manage your nutrition together with the advice of your doctor or healthcare professional.