Inherited Metabolic Diseases: Innovative Education for Health Care Professionals



Metabolic University

Metabolic Education is an interactive, didactic program designed to provide training to dietitians and other medical professionals working in the field of inborn errors of metabolism. This workshop will focus heavily on experience-based small group participation and discussion, diet calculations, and counseling in a digital learning format.

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Met Ed Nutrition Training Online Resource

A series of courses and topics on the nutrition management of metabolic disorders. MENTOR is ideal for new dietitians or those wanting a refresher course, as well as other health care professionals. Participants will earn CPE credit from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Healthcare providers in the field of metabolics will gain information on advancements in the management and treatment of disorders requiring a low-protein diet. Courses are available at no charge.

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Education Resources

  • At a Glance

    A series of one-page summaries on the nutrition management of metabolic disorders.
  • Food Balance Game

    This game has two versions - One for counting PHE an one for counting protein. It teaches simple concepts about the protein/phe content of foods and is based on each child’s specific diet prescription.
  • Slide Decks

    These Met Ed-developed “decks” are designed to be used for patient education in the clinic setting.
  • Simply App

    The Simply app includes recipes and culinary event announcements.
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Nutrition Management of Inherited Metabolic Diseases - 2nd Edition

This text presents a compilation of topics that have been taught at Metabolic University (MU), an interactive, didactic educational program that has trained over 600 metabolic dietitians/nutritionists, physicians, nurses and genetic counselors.

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Stepping Up Your Protein Intake

Trying new foods for our patients is exciting, but can be limiting due to the unfamiliarity of the textures, tastes and smells. This friendly guide includes background facts about protein and complementary proteins offering easy steps for introducing higher protein foods. These suggestions will expand patients' choices while contributing quality protein sources to their diets.


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Laurie Bernstein

Business Partner

Fran Rohr

Business Partner

Amanda Hamm

Business Manager