I remember when I was young and I had to be stung on the finger for a blood sample. It was not particularly fun! It was probably the moment I dreaded the most when I had to go to the hospital. Indeed, as I have always been very sociable, it was always with pleasure that … Lire la suite Phenylketonuria from a photographer’s perspective
We recently purchased a small machine that we are very proud of and happy to own. The OGarden Smart, the creation of a small Quebec company, has officially started in our kitchen! The process is very simple. After germinating sprouts for a few weeks in the compartment at the bottom of the machine, we were … Lire la suite Pushing vegetarianism to the next level
I was browsing on some Phenylketonuria Facebook groups, looking for inspiration, when I came across that question: what is the worst thing you've been told about phenylketonuria? I can tell you that all kinds of things came out, funny and less funny! But one answer in particular interested me. "Your phenylalanine levels must be high … Lire la suite Let’s talk about phenylketonuria and bad mood
This text was published in the magazine “News & Views | Issue 158” and is written by Suzanne Ford, RD (NSPKU) and Dr Ben Green, PhD., Medical Affairs Research Advisor (Nutricia). There are many helpline queries about diet for life – this article explains a little bit about what is now known about phenylalanine and … Lire la suite The Importance of Diet for Life
You have probably heard the phrase "emotional eating". It is a well-known phenomenon of trying to reduce stress, anxiety, fear, and anger through food. Of course, this is a very bad habit because you lose all awareness of what you eat and it can eventually lead to health problems, especially when ingested foods are high … Lire la suite Emotions and phenylketonuria
I have always tended to take a lot of projects at once, to say yes almost to all ideas or offers, to keep busy until I reach a stage where I have to cut some stuff to try to relax a few days. I started Phenylcetonurie Quebec in order to share my experience of #phenylketonuria … Lire la suite Phenylcetonurie Quebec’s Priorities
Say what you will, but poutine is delicious (I know, I've already tasted it...). We may have phenylketonuria, but we are living in a beautiful era. Several years ago, low-protein foods were very limited. It was therefore impossible to eat something that resembles poutine, without taking a solid dose of natural proteins, which is not … Lire la suite The recipe for low protein poutine is here!