Avemar™ is available in film-coated tablet and granulate form.
For diabetics, patients with fructose intolerance we recommend the tablet form or stevia granulate form. For those who have difficulties consuming Avemar™ granulate we suggest Avemar™ coated tablets.
|Form:||water soluble granulate||film-coated tablet||water soluble granulate|
|Active ingredient:||Avemar™ pulvis||Avemar™ pulvis||Avemar™ pulvis|
|Daily dosage / bodyweight:||1 packet / under 90kg||2×4 tablets / under 50kg||1 packet / under 90kg|
|2×5 tablets / 50-90kg|
|2 packets /over 90kg||2×7 tablets/ over 90kg||2 packets /over 90kg|
|Storage:||below 15oC||below 22oC||below 15oC|
|Diabetics:||contains sugar (fructose)||sugar-free||sugar-free stevia|
Use: Pour contents of one Avemar™ packet (17 g) into a glass. Add 100-200 ml water, mix thoroughly and drink the entire solution. It should be consumed within 30 minutes of preparation. The unused solution should be discarded. Avemar™ can be prepared by using any soft drink, tea, kefir, yoghurt, cocoa or milk. Experience has shown that by using cool or cold liquid the solution is more pleasant to consume. It is important to note, that the liquid to be used for preparation of Avemar™ should not be warm or hot!
Recommended dosage: For adults with body weight of 90 kg or less, one packet is recommended per day. For adults with a body weight greater than 90 kg, 2 packets per day, one in the morning and one in the evening.
Storage Requirements: The Avemar™ granulate must be stored in conditions between 5-22 ˚C degrees. A refrigerated environment is a suggested option.
Recommended Dosage: For adults with body weight less than 50 kg: four tablets twice a day.
For adults with body weight between 50-90 kg: five tablets twice a day.
For adults with body weight above 90 kg: 7 tablets twice a day.
It is recommended to take half of the daily dose in the morning and the other half in the evening. 10 tablets of Avemar™ are equal to one packet (17g) of Avemar™ granulate.
Storage Requirements: The Avemar™ tablet must be stored in conditions below 22 ˚C degrees. A refrigerated environment is a suggested option.