From Monday 15th – Sunday 21st October 2018 it is National Baking week! National Baking Week is a great week to celebrate the cherry bakewell, the chocolate brownie and the unforgettable gooey chocolate chip cookie! However, if you have an Inherited Metabolic Disorder, you may not be able to indulge in all these bakes, as they come from the supermarkets’ shelves. That’s why we’ve created a list of providers, who offer some suggestions on baking recipes suitable for patients with certain Inherited Metabolic Disorders!
Adapting to a new diet or avoiding certain foods, due to your condition, can be tricky. With Inherited Metabolic Disorders, the foods you must avoid can differ hugely, depending on your condition and the severity of it.
As your patient organisation, we want to help you in every stage of your journey with an Inherited Metabolic Disorder, including adapting to your new dietary requirements. Here, we’ve collated a list of places you can find recipe ideas to suit your diet.
Low Protein Connect
Low Protein Connect are a medical nutrition company, who offer advice on medical nutrition; sell products to help with special dietary cooking; and organise family days out. Their website also has recipe suggestions for those on a low protein diet. You can check out their recipes and find out about the events they offer on the following links:
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Mevalia is a company, who produce low protein goods, as well as suggesting new ideas for low-protein recipes. We’ve heard their pizza bases are particularly good! To discover more about Mevalia and for recipe ideas, check out their website:
VitaFlo is a supplier of low-protein supplements and who also offer advice on recipes. Organising meet-ups for patients and families is also one of the services they provide. To keep up-to-date with VitaFriendsPKU events and recipes, check out the following links:
VitaFriendsMSUD is a supplier of low protein products suitable for MSUD patients. They also have advice on recipes for MSUD patients and organise meet-ups for their patients and families. To see what VitaFriends MSUD offer, please visit their website:
This US based blogger focusses on recipes for PKU patients. A PKU patient herself, her blog offers a variety of exciting and delicious low protein recipes, as well as advice on travelling with PKU and other topics. Check out her blog on the following links:
Inherited Metabolic Disorder Dieticians Louise and Sarah set up a blog to share recipes, advice and insights into their own lives as dieticians. To get an insight in the life of a dietician and for further advice on your diet, please see the following links:
We hope these websites and links might provide you with some bake-spiration this weekend! Happy baking!
If you have suggestions of other recipes sites, which have recipes suitable for patients with Inherited Metabolic Disorders, please contact Maggie on firstname.lastname@example.org