Ever wish you could just make your own formula using your favorite great tasting drink?
Well, now you can with Nutricia’s Amino Acid Blends.
This type of formula is available for PKU (PhenylAde™ Amino Acid Blend), MSUD (Complex MSD Amino Acid Blend) and GA-1 (GlutarAde™Amino Acid Blend).
PhenylAde™ MTE Amino Acid Blend for PKU
It’s simple, this style of medical food is just the amino acid (protein) part of your formula . It is virtually tasteless and ordorless. You simply MIX-IT-IN to the drink of your choice.
Seriously, it is that easy. So, yes wishes can come true!
Love drinking sports drink while you exercise or play soccer?
Why not turn that sports drink into your PKU formula and get some post workout phenyalanine-free (for PKU) protein at the same time.
Mix with lemonade, iced tea, fruit punch, orange drink or anything you think it would taste good with.
There are no rules, expect you want the drink you choose to be protein-free or very, very low in in protein. You can even mix Amino Acid Blend into ready to eat foods like applesauce and tomato sauce.
Lastly, if you or your child love your current formula but have a hard time with that last serving to meet your full daily diet prescription.
Talk to your metabolic healthcare professional about adding a scoop of Amino Acid Blend to increase the medical food protein content without adding volume.
For more information about PhenylAde Amino Acid Blend (for PKU), Complex MSD Amino Acid Blend (for MSUD) or GlutarAde GA-1 Amino Acid Blend (for GA-1) visit www.Medicalfood.com or 800-605-0410 to request a sample.
Please note: PhenylAde Amino Acid Blend, Complex MSD Amino Acid Blend and GlutarAde GA-1Amino Acid Blend are medical foods intened for use under medical supervision. Please consult a metabolic healthcare professional prior to making any changes to your metabolic diet.
PhenylAde & GlutarAde are trademarks of Nutricia North America.
Posted by: Sandy Simons, MA, RD, CHES
Sandy is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Health Education Specialist. She received her graduate training at Columbia University’s Teacher College in New York. She has been working on the industry side of metabolic nutrition for the past 12 years and is often seen at patient events around the country.