Theramine Frequently Asked Questions
Chronic pain can change the dietary needs of the body at the cellular level. Common drug therapies do not address the distinct nutritional requirements of chronic conditions, only managing the symptoms of a disease. Theramine helps fill the gaps that drug therapies do not address, by providing the cells of the body with the fuel needed to meet the increased nutritional demands of chronic pain.
Theramine, a medical food, has been recommended by physicians and dietitians throughout the United States for over a decade to help patients safely manage chronic cpain and inflammation.
- Clinically Validated Product
- Formulated with Ingredients that are Generally Recognized as Safe
- Uses a Patented Uptake/Absorption Technology
- Addresses Increased Cellular Demands of Chronic Pain
- Manufactured in the United States in a cGMP Facility
Medical foods are specially formulated for the dietary management of a disease that has distinctive nutritional needs that cannot be met by normal diet alone. They have been used by physicians throughout the United States for over a decade to manage pain syndromes, sleep and cognitive disorders.
Medical foods like Theramine contain only ingredients that are Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS), and are the subject of a variety of clinical trials to support efficacy and safety.
Unlike dietary supplements, medical foods must be manufactured in a cGMP certified facility and are subject to much tighter FDA regulation and supervision.
Dietary supplements are primarily intended to support the well-being of healthy adults. Whereas Theramine is formulated for the dietary management of disease states. Here are a just few differences:
- Theramine can make medical claims.
- Theramine is for a specific disease states and patient population.
- Theramine requires physician supervision.
- Theramine and dietary supplements have separate FDA regulatory classifications.
Theramine is not a drug and, therefore, is not subject to the same regulatory requirements that specifically apply to drugs. Unlike drugs, Theramine does not require a perscription and may be purchased directly from retailer, pharmacy or through your provider. However, Theramine is to be administered under the supervision of a physician.
Here are a few things that set Theramine apart:
- Backed by multiple studies and clinical trials.
- Recommended by Pain Management Physicians for over a decade.
- Over 26 million doses administered with no reported hamful side effects.
- Uses Targeted Cellular Technology®, our patented micro-nutrient delivery system that aids the absorption of the key ingredients.
Theramine can often be purchased at your local pharmacy or through your health care provider. For a detailed list of participating providers, feel free to contact us at: (844) 474-3111. Alternatively, visit our online store at: http://store.medicalfoods.com
"Our food should be our medicine and our medicine should be our food."