Metagenics UltraInflamX PLUS 360 Medical Food Powder, Delicious Natural Flavors

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UltraInflamX Plus 360 is one of the Metagenics vitamins that helps with inflammation & pain associated with inflammatory bowel issues. Offers specialized support including reduced iso-alpha acids, L-glutamine & easily digestible rice protein

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Metagenics UltraInflamX Plus 360 provides specialized support including reduced iso-alpha acids, L-glutamine and easily digestible rice protein. Supports the digestive tract against the effects of inflammation.

  • Features selective kinase response modulators (SKRMs) in the form of RIAA, which has been shown to beneficially support the function of enzymes involved in inflammatory processes.
  • RIAA has demonstrated potent antioxidant activity and research suggests that it may help improve overall redox status through influencing inflammation signaling molecules such as NF-KB, COX-2, and PGE2
  • Includes ginger and rosemary, which may help support healthy eicosanoid and cytokine metabolism
  • Provides turmeric extract, which has been shown in research to inhibit the activities of a wide variety of enzymes, cytokines, eicosanoids, and reactive species implicated in pain and inflammation
  • Supplies a low-allergenic potential protein base in the form of rice protein concentrate

Revolutionary New Improvements to the UltraInflamX Plus 360°

  • Strategic macro- and micronutrient profiles to deliver targeted nutritional support for patients with IBD
  • Proprietary vegan pea/rice protein blend
  • Added essential amino acids, including branched chain amino acids
  • Bioavailable curcumin
  • Selective kinase response modulators (SKRMs) as bioavailable xanthohumol (XNT)
  • Beneficial prebiotic fiber, in the form of isomalto-oligosaccharides (IMO)1
  • Improved taste & texture—preferred in consumer testing
  • Lower sugar content than the original formulas; Original Spice flavor reformulation has 4 grams of sugar per serving compared to 9 grams in the previous formula (~56% less)
  • Each serving provides 400 mg alpha-linolenic acid (an omega-3 fatty acid) from flaxseed
  • Still non-GMO and free of dairy, gluten, and soy


Note: This product contains plant pigments that will stain clothing and surfaces. This product is non-GMO, dairy free, and gluten free. Keep tightly closed in a cool, dry place.

Caution: This product is to be used under the direct supervision of a physician or other licensed healthcare practitioner. Do not engage in any diet supplying less than 800 calories per day without medical supervision. Excess vitamin A intake may be toxic and may increase the risk of birth defects. Pregnant women and women who may become pregnant should not exceed 5000 IU of preformed vitamin A (retinyl palmitate) per day.


  • Do not use if pregnant or nursing or if taking anticoagulants
  • If taking medication, consult your physician before taking this product
  • Keep out of reach of children
  • Do not exceed recommended dose

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts

Pineapple Banana Flavor

Serving Size: About 2 scoops (44 g)

Servings Per Container: 14

Amount Per Serving
Calories 170
Total Fat

Saturated Fat (Saturated fat content is contributed by a beneficial form of fat, medium-chain triglycerides, which have recognized health benefits)

Trans Fat

Polyunsaturated Fat

Monounsaturated Fat

7 g

1.5 g



0 g

1.5 g

2.5 g

Total Carbohydrate

Dietary Fiber


16 g

6 g

4 g

Cholesterol 0 g
Sodium 120 mg
Potassium 350 mg
Protein 13 g
L-Alanine 570 mg
L-Arginine 1120 mg
L-Aspartic Acid 1410 mg
L-Cysteine 150 mg
L-Glutamic Acid 2130 mg
L-Glutamine 750 mg
Glycine 520 mg
L-Histidine 320 mg
L-Isoleucine (BCAA) 1040 mg
L-Leucine (BCAA) 1820 mg
L-Lysine 1630 mg
L-Methionine 170 mg
L-Phenylalanine 690 mg
L-Proline 560 mg
L-Serine 660 mg
L-Threonine 480 mg
L-Tryptophan 130 mg
L-Tyrosine 510 mg
L-Valine (BCAA) 1180 mg
Vitamin A 1250 IU
Vitamin C 30 mg
Calcium 500 mg
Iron 3.5 mg
Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol) 400 IU
Vitamin E 7.5 IU
Thiamin 0.375 mg
Riboflavin 0.425 mg
Niacin 5 mg
Vitamin B6 0.5 mg
Folate (as calcium L-5-methyltetrahydrofolate) 200 mcg
Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin) 3 mcg
Biotin 75 mg
Pantothenic Acid 2.5 mg
Phosphorus 340 mg
Iodine 37.5 mcg
Magnesium 260 mg
Zinc 13 mg
Selenium 52.5 mcg
Copper 1.5 mg
Manganese 2.5 mg
Chromium 120 mcg
Chloride 280 mg
Alpha-Linolenic Acid (ALA) (from flaxseed) 400 mg
A Proprietary Mix of Curcumin (from Curcuma longa L. rhizome extract) and Fenugreek Soluble Fiber (from Trigonella foenum-graecum seed extract) 250 mg
Protein Matrix and Polyphenols from Hops Extract (standardized to 2.5% xanthohumol) 250 mg
Quercetin 200 mg
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) Leaf Extract 100 mg
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) Root Extract [standardized to 5% (5 mg) total pungent compounds] 100 mg
Other Ingredients: Pea protein isolate, isomalto-oligosaccharide, rice protein concentrate, rice bran, calcium citrate, high oleic sunflower oil, organic cane sugar, flaxseed, magnesium citrate, natural flavors, medium chain triglycerides, L-lysine HCl, silica, L-leucine, L-glutamine, L-valine, dipotassium phosphate, L-isoleucine, protein matrix and polyphenols from hops extract, a proprietary mix of curcumin and fenugreek soluble fiber, quercetin, vitamin and mineral blend (zinc gluconate, ascorbic acid, manganese gluconate, d-alpha tocopheryl acetate, copper gluconate, D-biotin, retinyl palmitate, niacinamide, cholecalciferol, d-calcium pantothenate, chromium picolinate, pyridoxine HCl, riboflavin, potassium iodide, thiamin HCl, methylcobalamin, calcium L-5-methyltetrahydrofolate, and selenomethionine), xanthan gum, ginger rhizome extract, rosemary leaf extract, Luo Han Guo fruit (monk fruit) extract, and guar gum.


Dosage & Use

  • Blend (for no longer than 15 seconds), shake, or briskly stir 2 level scoops of new and improved UltraInflamX Plus 360° (44 g) into 8 fluid ounces of chilled water, juice, or acceptable fruit as listed in the dietary guidelines.
  • Take twice per day or as recommend by your healthcare practitioner.
  • Consume within 10 minutes of reconstitution.


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