PKU Anamix First Spoon – NEW!
PKU Anamix First Spoon is a spoonable, semi-solid protein supplement, designed specifically for older infants and young children, for use in the dietary management of Phenylketonuria (PKU).
PKU Anamix First Spoon comes in low volume, 5g protein equivalent sachets and is available in a neutral flavour. Suitable for infants from 6 months of age.
A Food for Special Medical Purposes. Only to be used under strict medical supervision.
Download the PKU Anamix First Spoon Fact Sheet
Directions for Use
- Your dietitian will advise you of your daily requirements
- PKU Anamix First Spoon is designed to be served at a spoonable consistency
- Recommended dilution is 12.5g powder (one sachet) with 10ml water
- To prepare:
- Empty the contents of one sachet into a clean bowl
- Gradually add 10ml water whilst stirring with a clean spoon
- Mix until desired thickness is achieved. The consistency can be altered by adding more or less water.
- Store in a cool, dry place
- Prepare immediately prior to feeding and discard if not used within 1 hour
- Easy follow on from PKU Anamix Infant, supporting infants and young children starting on solid foods
- A little provides a lot! Each 12.5g sachet provides 5g protein equivalent per serve and a concentrated source of essential nutrients including zinc, iron, calcium and vitamin D
- Low volume, spoonable consistency making feeding quick and easy
- Contains Phe-free protein (amino acids), carbohydrate, fat (including DHA*), essential vitamins and minerals to support healthy growth and development
- Must only be consumed by individuals with proven Phenylketonuria while under strict medical supervision
- Not suitable for use as a sole source of nutrition
- Not for parenteral use
- Diet must be supplemented with natural protein and other nutrients in medically prescribed quantities to supply the phenylalanine and general nutrition requirements
If you would like more information about PKU Anamix First Spoon or are interested in trying it, please speak to your dietitian.