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SON FORMULA® DESCRIPTION
SON Formula® is a dietary protein substitute that provides the Master Amino Acid Pattern (MAP)® (U.S. Patent No. 5,132,113) a unique pattern of essential amino acids in a highly purified, free, crystalline form. After oral ingestion, SON Formula® (MAP ) is rapidly utilized. SON Formula® (MAP ) does not require the aid of peptidases and therefore is absorbed within 23 minutes through the first 100 cm of functional small intestine. SON Formula® (MAP ) does not produce any fecal residue. SON Formula® (MAP ) is amphoteric. SON Formula® (MAP ) is supplied in tablets of 1,000 mg for oral administration. Each tablet of SON Formula® (MAP ) contains only the active ingredient MAP . SON Formula® (MAP ) contains no inactive ingredients.
INDICATIONS AND USAGE
SON Formula® (MAP ) is indicated as a safe and effective substitute for dietary proteins.
SON Formula® (MAP ) vs. Dietary Proteins & Protein Supplements
Net Nitrogen Utilization (NNU) for Body Protein Synthesis (BPS)
(6-12 times longer)
24-48 times lower
48-96 times lower
Released Nitrogen Catabolites
Renal Failure or Hepatic Failure
The results of comparative, double-blind, triple- and quintuple-crossover Net Nitrogen Utilization (NNU) clinical studies have shown that the subjects, while taking MAP , as a dietary protein substitute, achieved a body s 99% NNU. This means that 99% of MAP s constituent amino acids followed the anabolic pathway, thus acting as precursor of body s protein synthesis (BPS). By comparison, the most nutritious dietary proteins provide an average of only 32% NNU. Hence, MAP is more nutritious than dietary proteins. This has been confirmed by the fact that during the studies, each subject body s nitrogen balance was maintained in equilibrium by taking MAP as a sole and total substitute of dietary proteins in a dosage of only 400 mg/kg/day (ideal weight) which provided less than 2 kcal/day (1 g MAP = 0.04 kcal). The studies results have also shown that 1% of MAP s constituent amino acids followed the catabolic pathway, thus releasing only 1% of nitrogen catabolites and energy. By comparison dietary proteins release an average of 68% nitrogen catabolites and energy. These facts evidence that MAP is safer than dietary proteins and provides the lowest amount of energy in comparison to any dietary protein.