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Streamline your life: 12 PKU life hacks

PKU ambassador Kate asked the international PKU community to share tips that help them stay on top of their own, or their child’s low-protein diet. Here are her favourite!

Oct 15, 2021
PKU is only a limitation if you let it be one. Find out how Alex leads a fulfilling life on a low protein diet. Featured Feed Your Possible
Share your recipe to win a Nutribullet Pro
Sep 16, 2021
For your chance to win 1 of 10 Nutribullet Pro® Blenders or bonus product vouchers, tell us how you feed your possible by sharing an original low protein recipe with the PKU community. Age Groups Daily Life Tips Featured Feed Your Possible Food and Cooking Personal Stories Tips
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Apr 6, 2021
Katy shares her inspiring PKU story. PKU Stories
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Apr 6, 2021
The Mazzone and Contera families share their story of life with PKU. PKU Stories
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Mar 16, 2021
Managing PKU can be a bit of a burden. It is difficult to stick to such a restrictive diet and you can so often feel left out and lonely. Very few people can truly ‘know your struggle’, even those you are closest to. Featured Feed Your Possible
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Mar 16, 2021
During your baby’s first few months they get all the nutrition and Phe they need from breast milk and/or infant formula and their PKU formula. From around 6 months your baby will move onto the next stage of feeding, when solid foods are introduced. New Parents
Article 16 Monitoring PHE levels
Mar 16, 2021
Monitoring your baby's blood Phe levels is an important part of managing PKU. Keeping blood Phe levels within the target range helps with normal growth and development. New Parents
Article 15 Managing your baby's PKU
Mar 16, 2021
Managing your baby's PKU can be challenging and initially there will be many things you need to learn and understand. Your dietitian and others who have been through the same experiences will be a great support to you during this time. New Parents
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