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What is NanoVM?

NanoVM is a powdered, hypoallergenic, carbohydrate-free vitamin and mineral supplement designed for children with unique nutritional requirements. Four formulations are available for ages 1-3, 4-8, 9-18 years and for children 1-18 years who are tube fed.

 

What is the weight of 1 scoop of powder?

NanoVM 1-3 years = 1.82 g
NanoVM 4-8 years = 2.65 g
NanoVM 9-18 year = 2.6 g
NanoVM t/f = 5.4 g
Note: These weights represent 1 unpacked, level scoop. Actual weight may vary slightly.

 

How many servings in 1 bottle?

NanoVM 1-3 years = 74 servings
NanoVM 4-8 years = 52 servings
Note: 1 serving = 2 level scoops of powder = 100% DRI

NanoVM 9-18 years

  • 9-13 years dose = 10.4 g = 100% DRI
  • 14-18 years dose = 13 g ≈ 70-90% DRI

NanoVM t/f = See table below

Age (years)

NanoVM t/f Powder*

≈ % DRI**

1-3

¾ scoop (4.0 g)

30-50%

4-8

1 scoop (5.4 g)

40-50%

9-13

1 ½ scoops (8 g)

40-50%

14-18

2 scoops (10.8 g)

40-50%

*Unpacked, level scoops
**Dietary Reference Intakes
Some nutrients fall outside the % DRI noted in the table above.

 

What is microencapsulation?

Microcapsules are tiny (nano) sized particles surrounded by a coating. The coating protects the ingredient to help it remain active and more effective through digestion. This novel technology of microencapsulation has been incorporated into NanoVM.

 

Is the NanoVM range hypoallergenic? 

Yes. NanoVM is allergen tested and analyzed to No Detectable Level (NDL) for egg, milk, soy, wheat, fish, shellfish, walnut, almond and peanut.

 

Do the NanoVM products contain Corn?

Yes, the Vitamin C in all the NanoVM products is derived from corn. Also, a percentage of the carbohydrate in NanoVM is maltodextrin, which is corn derived as well.

 

How much carbohydrate is in one scoop of NanoVM 1-3 years and NanoVM 4-8 years? 

One scoop (50% of the DRI's) of NanoVM contains approximately 0.003 grams of carbohydrate.

 

What is the source of carbohydrate? 

Modified Food Starch, Sucrose, and Maltodextrin are used as processing agents in production of some of the raw materials.

 

Is NanoVM gluten and casein free? 

Yes. Each production lot is tested in an independent lab for casein and gluten. The lot is released for sale when the test results confirm - "No Detectable Level" (NDL).

 

How is NanoVM best added to foods and liquids? 

NanoVM is best suited for semisolid and soft textured foods such as (puddings, purees, yogurt, gelatin desserts.)


Adding NanoVM to thin liquids is not advised. NanoVM sinks or sticks to the side of a cup thus inhibiting full consumption of a serving.

 

NanoVM is best added to thick fluids (milkshake consistency) as the beadlets of NanoVM are supported within the solution.

 

Can I cook and/or bake with NanoVM?

No. Some of the nutrients in NanoVM can be destroyed when exposed to high temperatures during cooking/baking. It is best to add NanoVM to foods that are “ready to eat.”

 

Can NanoVM be used in tube feedings?

NanoVM t/f powder is designed to be used in tube feedings. The powder is very soluble, meaning that it will mix into a tube feeding formula easily and will not cause blockage.

 

Is NanoVM reimbursable?

Insurance companies, pharmacies and state agencies who may provide medical coverage of our products require a Healthcare Common Procedure Code (HCPC).

 

NanoVM

Reimbursement Code

HCPC

1 – 3 yrs

57771-0001-13

B4104

4 – 8 yrs

57771-0001-48

B4104

9 – 18 yrs

57771-0001-05

B4104

t/f

57771-0001-04

B4104

 

 

 


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