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Questions about Aduro:

If you're like most people who are interested in Aduro, you have lots of questions about the product itself, about getting support, and about burns and wound care in general. Here is a collection of answers to some of the most common questions we're asked, starting with insurance.


 

Will my insurance cover Aduro?

How many calories are in Aduro?

How do I prepare Aduro?

What does Aduro taste like?

Does Aduro require a prescription?

What are the main ingredients in Aduro?

What is a medical food?

Will my insurance cover Aduro?
Aduro may be considered for reimbursement by third party payers when there is documented medical necessity. It's best to check with the specific payer as coverage will vary by payer and plan.
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How many calories are in Aduro?
When mixed with water, each scoop of Aduro has 80 calories.
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How do I prepare Aduro?
Mix one scoop with 8 to 10 fl oz of cold water; stir until the powder is dissolved and enjoy! If you mix Aduro ahead of time, refrigerate it in a clean covered container for up to 24 hours. DO NOT mix Aduro with very hot or boiling water, as heat may cause breakdown of the ingredients.
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What does Aduro taste like?
Aduro is a light, refreshing drink mix available in citrus flavored. It also can be mixed with food, smoothies, or juices. Back To Top

Does Aduro require a prescription?
Yes, the use of Aduro must be under the supervision of a physician; therefore, it is only available by prescription. Aduro is currently only available through our mail-order pharmacy.
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What are the main ingredients in Aduro?
The main ingredient of Aduro are ornithine a-ketoglutarate, glutamine, and vitamin C
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What is a medical food?
A medical food, such as Aduro, is intended for the dietary management of a specific disease or condition. In the case of Aduro, a distinctive nutritional requirement has been established through medical evaluation to help promote tissue growth and wound healing. Aduro is intended for use under the supervision of a physician.
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