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Hi again, I agree with Bella, there are alot of foods out there for people with PKU. For example: low protein pastas, pasteries, treats and other things. Plus their are alot of recipes for low phe ice cream, bread, cake, brownies, torillas ect. Plus there is also fruits, veggies, and low phe snacks like fruit snacks, fruit cups, some little debbie snacks (the little debbie snacks really depends on how many phes your son is allowed). But if you still decide stop eatting meat then I would say talk to your family doctor on the best ways to help your other children, Good luck! nBreanna

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