Every day, Amanda Moller scoops powdered formula out of a can and shakes it up with water from her kitchen sink in University City, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. “It's like mixing a cocktail,” she said, "but not that much fun."
The formula doesn’t taste great – like watery pudding with a biting, cheesy aftertaste. But it’s something Moller needs to treat a rare metabolic condition she’s had since she was born. After 30 years, she’s gotten used to it.