PKU Lophlex Sensation 20
PKU Lophlex Sensation 20 is a delicious ready-to-eat phenylalanine free* supplement, used in the dietary management of phenylketonuria (PKU).
Available in berry flavour, in a handy 109g pot. Suitable for children aged 4 years and over and adults, including pregnant women.
A Food for Special Medical Purposes. Only to be used under medical supervision.
Download the PKU Lophlex Sensation Fact Sheet
Directions for Use
- Your dietitian will advise you of your daily requirements
- PKU Lophlex Sensation 20 is best served cold
- Partly consumed pots can be stored in a fridge for up to 24 hours
- Store unopened pouches in a cool, dry place away from sunlight
- Can be frozen
- Do not store at extreme temperatures
- Once opened, refrigerate for up to 24 hours
- Deliciously Sensational: Tastes great, looks great and fits into your lifestyle!
- Contains amino acids, essential vitamins and minerals, carbohydrates, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and trace elements
- Available in a delicious berry flavour
- The only ready-to-eat PKU supplement made with 55% real fruit juice^
- Highest protein# in the lowest volume! A small pot (109g) provides 20g protein equivalent (PE)
- Convenient ready-to-eat pots: eat it at home or on-the-go
- Try Sensation frozen; perfect for summertime!
* PKU Lophlex Sensation 20 Berries may contain traces of phenylalanine (Phe) from fruit juice (from concentrate) at a level of <5mg Phe per 100ml
^ From concentrate
# Compared to ready-to-drink flavoured PKU supplements
- 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
- Pregnant women who are taking this product still require standard folic acid supplementation
- 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 or are interested in trying Sensation please speak to your dietitian.