Every week we will be sharing activities, good news, educational resources and challenges that you and your kids can get involved with from home. We will all get through this difficult time together! Let’s spread some fun and joy in the process!
Getting enough sleep with PKU When the air gets warmer, the days get longer and the sun rises earlier it makes it harder for a lot of people to get a good night’s sleep. Even if the sun doesn’t peek through your curtains at 6am, if you have PKU, you may be more likely to…
Excited about Pancake Day 2020?! Here are 3 delicious low protein pancake recipes that you can try at home!
Nothing is more satisfying than seeing a young child who is struggling with their formula, sample Cambrooke’s GMP product for the first time — often they don’t believe it is formula and that they can be relieved of drinking their usual formula forever. Secondly, knowing that the company we formed twenty years ago is providing gainful employment and supporting families on three continents is very gratifying. Many of our staff have been with Cambrooke for more than a decade — we personally, and Ajinomoto at the corporate level, value the mutual dedication of company to employees.
Was your New Year’s Resolution to make health and fitness a priority in 2020? Did you also decide to spend more time with your friends and family this year, and find it hard to strike a balance between your competing commitments?
A Day in the Life of Reena Sharma, Adult Metabolic Medicine Consultant By Reena Sharma As a consultant in adult metabolic medicine I am responsible for looking after the adult patients with rare genetic metabolic diseases and provide clinics, inpatient management, investigator for clinical trials, and supervision of my team and have undergraduate and post…
So… you have been told your child has Phenylketonuria, or ‘PKU’ for short. You have never heard of it before, and certainly can’t pronounce it. You need some reassurance.
A day in the life of Suzanne Ford, Dietitian and NSPKU team member.
Win ‘The Adventures of Ruby Pricklebottom’!
Maintaining an organised kitchen has benefits for all of us, but for those managing a low protein diet it can have an enormous impact. Saving time and bringing order to your surroundings, will allow you to balance your competing commitments and reduce the stress associated with meal planning.