Join Chef Andy Broder for a day of of hands-on cooking the low-protein way!
You will take away useful cooking and nutritional tips, as well as a variety of easy and delicious recipes for all members of your family to enjoy. At the end of the event, enjoy the food prepared that evening!
Hear Kendra Bjoraker, PhD, of 3:1 Neuropsychology Consultants, speak about “PKU, Phe Levels, and the Brain.”
Learn about “Daily Treatment with KUVAN® (sapropterin dihydrochloride) Tablets for Oral Use or Powder for Oral Solution.”
Come join us for fun on the farm at Cosley Zoo!
Are you going to college this year and are looking for a scholarship? Don’t forget to apply for the Andrew Craig Memorial Scholarship. The form is in the “Resources” menu.
If you look in the Resources > Traveling Tips Menu, you’ll see a new submenu to Disney’s website which includes a list of PKU-friendly dishes at their restaurants.
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts is committed to offering a wide range of options for you and your family. In order to assist Guests with their dining choices, we are able
to provide lists of products that may be available. Please note that while we strive to provide as much information as possible, product offerings are subject to change at
any time without notice and may not be available at all locations or at the locations suggested on these guides. Guests should notate any special dietary requests at the
time of booking their dining reservation. Guests may also speak with a chef or manager upon arrival at the dining location.
Scientists at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago identify disease genes to treat illnesses like PKU.