IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING COVID-19: During this time of great uncertainty, we want to assure you that Diem is taking all necessary measures to protect you, our employees, and our community. As a Michigan-based company, we are now governed by state and federal directives designed to protect the health and safety of us all. At Diem, our on-site staff has been limited and those remaining are outfitted with personal protective equipment. We have instituted strict sanitation protocols, and we are closely monitoring individual wellness to protect you and the entire Diem family.

As long as we are able, we will continue to process and ship orders daily. It is possible that you may experience a slight delay in delivery due to staff reductions or other service interruptions. We appreciate your understanding and assure you that all orders will be fulfilled as long as we are able to continue limited operations. Question? Click here to email or call Randy at 888-876-5765.

What is Fructose Malabsorption?

Fructose Malabsorption is a common food intolerance that affects up to one third of the population, according to some estimates. Fructose malabsorption is not the same as Hereditary Fructose Intolerance (HFI), which is caused by a rare genetic disorder. Rather, fructose malabsorption develops over time in response to our diet, lifestyle, and wellness status.

Fructose malabsorption can cause uncomfortable gastrointestinal disturbances including:

  • gas
  • bloating
  • diarrhea
  • nausea
  • fatigue
  • mood disturbance

Fructose malabsorption can even interfere with the absorption of other nutrients like iron. Long term, fructose malabsorption can lead to increases in blood lipid levels and inflammatory markers while challenging metabolic health and contributing to weight gain, cardiovascular risk, and other advanced health concerns.

That’s why Umbrellux XI provides xylose isomerase, a natural supplemental form of the digestive enzyme that converts fructose into glucose that your body can use - reducing the burden on your liver, and offering the potential for better gut health and immune support.