- A blend of glycomacropeptide (GMP), essential and non-essential amino acids, carbohydrate, fat (including docosahexaenoic acid - DHA), vitamins and minerals
- Contains GMP from a natural whole protein source: offering a different taste to amino acid based medical foods which may be preferred by some individuals with PKU1-4
- 20 g PE in ONLY one 8 fl oz bottle to help achieve daily intake of protein equivalent in the lowest volume**
- Convenient and resealable bottle: easy to take on-the-go to daycare, school, work, or when traveling
- Wide range of vitamins, minerals and DHA to support adequate intake of nutrients lacking in the typical PKU diet5-9
- Can be taken as is or easily customized with permitted flavorings
* Each 8 fl oz bottle contains 36 mg of phenylalanine
** Among ready-to-drink GMP-based Medical Foods for PKU.
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