1. Can Fastchews be dissolved in water to create a sports drink?
2. How many Fastchews equals one SaltStick capsule? Why is the concentration lower?
3. How should Fastchews be stored?
4. What happens if Fastchews get wet?
5. Do I need to take Fastchews with water?
6. Can I suck on Fastchews or do I need to chew and swallow?
7. Why isn’t there vitamin D in Fastchews as there is in SaltStick Caps and Caps Plus?
8. Why is sodium citrate used rather than sodium chloride?
9. What are the other ingredients listed used for? Are they safe?
10. Are Fastchews vegan or vegetarian?
11. Are Fastchews non-GMO?
12. Are Fastchews gluten-free?
13. Are Fastchews considered organic?
14. Is there colour added?
15. Are Fastchews Kosher?
16. Are Fastchews steroid and banned substance free?
17. Can Fastchews be used to help a hangover?
18. Are Fastchews suitable for children and youth sports?
19. What is the recommended dose?
20. What is the maximum dose per day?
21. Can Fastchews be used for other sports and activities?
22. My roll of Fastchews is hard to open. What’s wrong?
23. My roll of Fastchews has some brown spots of discolouration. What’s wrong?
24. Why is there lactose in Orange Fastchews?
Two similarly-designed, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies were conducted in a total of 970 adult patients with active, mild to moderate ulcerative colitis (UC) which was defined as an Ulcerative Colitis Disease Activity Index (UCDAI of ≥ 4 and ≤ 10). Eight-hundred ninety-nine of these patients had histology consistent with active UC; this was considered the primary analysis population. UCDAI is a four-component scale (total score of 0 to 12) that encompasses the clinical assessments of stool frequency, rectal bleeding, mucosal appearance and physician's rating of disease activity (score of 0 to 3 for each of the components).