Ambrotose powder

Supplement Facts:

Ambrotose powder:

Serving Size 0.44 g (approx. ¼ teaspoon)

Powder canister: 100g or 50g

Amount

  Per                 % Daily

Serving                 Value

0.44g                    *

* Daily Values not established.

Ambrotose capsules:

Serving Size: one capsule (2 times daily)

Capsules per container: 60

Amount

  Per                 % Daily

Serving                 Value

1 capsule                  *

* Daily Values not established.

Ambrotose with Lecithin capsules:

Ambrotose with Lecithin

Supplement Facts:

Serving Size: one capsule (2 times daily)

Capsules per container: 60

Amount

  Per                  % Daily

Serving                  Value

1 capsule                  *

* Daily Values not established.

Ingredients:

Ambrotose Powder

Ambrotose complex

(patent pending)

Arabinogalactan (Larix decidua) (gum), rice starch, Manapol aloe vera gel extract (inner leaf gel), gum ghatti, Glucosamine HCl, and gum tragacanth.

Ambrotose capsules

Ambrotose complex

(patent pending)

Arabinogalactan (Larix decidua) (gum), Manapol aloe vera gel extract (inner leaf gel), gum ghatti and gum tragacanth.

Other ingredients:  Brown rice flour, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, gelatine.

Ambrotose with Lecithin capsules

Ambrotose complex

(patent pending)

Arabinogalactan (Larix decidua) (gum), Manapol aloe vera gel extract (inner leaf gel), gum ghatti and gum tragacanth.

Lecithin powder.

Other ingredients:  Calcium carbonate, dibasic calcium phosphate, gelatin, brown rice flour, cellulose, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate.

For additional information on ingredients, visit www.glycoscience.com

Use:   Ambrotose complex is a proprietary formula designed to help provide saccharides used in glycoconjugate synthesis to promote cellular communication and immune support. ** Consumers who are healthy may notice improved concentration, more energy, better sleep, improved athletic performance, and a greater sense of well-being.

Directions:   The recommended intake of Ambrotose powder is ¼ teaspoon two times a day; the recommended intake of Ambrotose capsules or Ambrotose with Lecithin is one capsule two times daily. If desired, you may begin by taking less than the recommended intake. If well tolerated, you may gradually increase to the recommended intake. As a blend of plant saccharides, Ambrotose complex is safe in amounts well in excess of the label recommendations. Children between the ages of 12 and 48 months with growth/nutritional problems (failure to thrive) have been given 1 tablespoon a day of Ambrotose powder for 3 months with no adverse effects. Individuals have reported taking as much as 10 tablespoons of Ambrotose powder (approx. 50 grams) each day for several months with no adverse effects. The amount needed by each individual may vary with time, age, genetic makeup, metabolic rate, and activities, stress level, current dietary intake, and health challenges of the moment. A health care professional experienced with use of Ambrotose complex may be helpful.

Warning:   Anyone who is taking medication may wish to advise his/her physician. One teaspoon of Ambrotose powder (equivalent to approximately 12 Ambrotose capsules) contains the amount of glucose equivalent to 1/25 teaspoon of sucrose (table sugar)

KEEP BOTTLE TIGHTLY CLOSED.

STORE IN A COOL, DRY PLACE.

How Supplied

Bottle of 3.50 oz (100g) powder. Bottle of 1.75 oz (50g) powder. Bottle of 60 (150mg) capsules.

** This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Mannatech Inc.

600 S. Royal Lane, Suite 200

Coppell, Texas 75019

www.mannatech.com

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