Welcome to DietWell™
Dietary Wellness Network™ provides an easy way to learn about how your quality of life is affected by your diet. If you are a member, log in and start using Dietary Wellness Network™. If you'd like to learn more about the DietWell™ network, go to our Help and Tutorial page.
Are you a clinician or health care provider? Go to the For Clinics page to see how the Dietary Wellness Network can help you.
About Cambrooke Foods and the Dietary Wellness Network™
As parents of two children with phenylketonuria (pku), at Cambrooke Foods we know how important maintaining a low protein diet can be to a metabolic patients' health and wellness. We also realize the importance of taking an active role in one's own healthcare while maintaining an active partnership with your medical care provider.
Cambrooke's mission is to empower individuals to eat and live healthier. In addition to our great tasting, low protein food, our staff is dedicated to making living with your metabolic disorder easier.
Our easy to use Dietary Wellness Network™ Health Log will allow you to input your daily dietary intake (protein), blood levels, and personal wellness factors to produce a graph to show the dietary affects on your personal well-being. This enables you the patient to become proactive; see how your diet affects your daily wellness, determine the affects your diet has on your health over time and make the needed dietary adjustments. It also becomes a very useful tool to share with your physician during regular consultations.
Registering for the Dietary Wellness Network™
Registration is free! Sign up, choose a user name and password, complete the registration page and we will email you an activation link. Just click on the activation link in the email and it will bring you to the DietWell™ login page. Enter your username and password and you are ready to begin using the Dietary Wellness Network™.
Clinicians: If you are a clinician, learn how the Dietary Wellness Network™ can help you manage your patients.
Acknowledgements and Additional Information
Low Protein Cookery for Phenylketonuria by Virginia E. Schuett
USDA Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 16-1
Dr. Rani Singh, Emory University Department of Pediatrics, Division of Medical Genetics
This tool is intended for information use only. Do not rely on it to make decisions about your health. Always consult your doctor for personal medical advice.