*Glucerna SR é indicado para o controle do diabetes e Glucerna 1.5 é indicado para o controle da Glicemia. Associado ao uso correto da medicação, hábitos de vida saudáveis e alimentação adequada. **Foi demonstrado que a Glucerna reduz os aumentos pós-prandiais da glicemia quando usada como substituto de refeição (Davila et al., 2019; Devittet al., 2012; Luoet al., 2012; Mottalibet al., 2016)
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