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ZERO-SYSTEMS

   
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  • foods for special medical purposes
  • for use in dietary management of "rare metabolic disorders", such as Maple Syrup Urine Disease (VIL), Homocystinuria (Met), Methylmalonic Aciduria (MMA) and Propionic Aciduria (PA)  (TVMI), Tyrosinemia (TP), and Urea Cycle Disorders (PLUS8)
  • contain pure L-amino acids as protein source
  • supplemented with vitamins, minerals and trace elements in age adapted amounts. This results in different ZERO- product systems, each of them optimally suitable for a specific age group:
    • ZERO-VIL-SYSTEM free of Valine, Isoleucine and Leucine - for the dietary management of disorders in metabolism of branched chain amino acids, e.g. Maple Syrup Urine Disease (MSUD). 
    • ZERO-LEU-SYSTEM free of Leucine - for the dietary management of disorders in Leucine metabolism, e.g. Isovaleric acidemia
    • ZERO-MET-SYSTEM free of Methionine for the dietary management of Homocystinuria. 
    • ZERO-TVMI-SYSTEM free of Threonine, Valine, Methionine and Isoleucine - for the dietary management of organic acidurias (MMA, PA)
    • ZERO-TP-SYSTEM free of Tyrosine and Phenylalanine - for the dietary management of Tyrosinemia.
    • ZERO-LYS-SYSTEM free of Lysine, Tryptophan-reduced and Arginine enriched - for Glutaric Aciduria Type I 
    • PLUS8-SYSTEM  containing all 8 indispensable amino acids and the conditionally indispensable amino acid L-Histidine - for use in the dietary management of urea cycle disorders (UCD)
  • All products within a specific ZERO-SYSTEM may be combined with each other during the day.
  • Ask your metabolic centre for an optimal combination.
   
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