"Whether she’s snacking on french fries or has a headache, I write it down in a notebook that fits into my purse, so I always know what she's eaten and how she feels."
—Lupe, caregiver of 9-year-old daughter living with a urea cycle disorder (UCD)
Tracking food, exercise, and symptoms plays an important role in helping to manage ammonia levels. Some people like to write down this information in a notebook, while others use digital apps to keep track. The best method to choose is the one that will be the easiest for you to use throughout the day.
Get started with this downloadable sheet that helps track protein, fluids, calories, UCD symptoms, and more.Download now