Biovencer Launches a New Range of Supplements for                          Inborn Error of Metabolism

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Biovencer is one of the Third Party Manufacturer Nutraceuticals - Contract manufacturer Nutraceuticals Products, Top Nutraceutical manufacture of Protein Metabolism Products.

There are many different disorders of protein metabolism. A common factor in their management is restriction of natural dietary protein to avoid the accumulation of toxins in the body. Disorder-specific protein substitutes are used to ensure protein requirements are met.

Biovencer produces a comprehensive range of innovative and lifestyle-friendly protein substitutes for the various disorders. We have also developed support products for this area, which can typically be used in any of the protein disorders, to further help meet individual nutritional needs.

Phenylketonuria

Homocystinuria

Tyrosinaemia

Maple Syrup Urine Disease

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There are many different disorders of fat metabolism. These include long-chain fatty acid oxidation disorders (LC-FAOD). Dietary fat is a rich source of energy. The overwhelming majority of regular dietary fat in western diets is long-chain triglyceride (LCT). Individuals with an LC-FAOD cannot release the energy from LCT. Instead, LCT leads to the release of toxins. Replacing LCT with a different type of fat known as medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) provides an alternative form of energy and helps prevent toxin accumulation.

Gaucher

Tay-Sachs

Fabry Disease

Niemann-Pick Disease

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Glucose (a type of sugar) is a key source of energy (fuel) for the body. The body stores glucose as glycogen. Glycogen Storage Disease (GSD) is a condition where, due to an inherited abnormality, the body cannot release glucose from the glycogen stores. When this happens, the level of glucose in the blood (the blood sugar level) can drop too low.

The key to the management of this disorder is to maintain normal blood glucose/sugar levels.

Acid mucopolysaccharides.

Galactosemia.

Hereditary fructose intolerance.

Hunter syndrome.