Nutrition Information from the MDA
Studies suggest a significantly improved survival with early, aggressive nutritional management. While consuming adequate protein, vitamins and minerals is important for people with ALS, the most important dietary factor is the consumption of adequate calories. This prevents deterioration due to poor nutrition. 

The Oley Foundation
Striving to enrich the lives of those living with home intravenous nutrition and tube   feeding through education, advocacy, and networking.

Liquid Hope
The worlds first shelf stable organic whole foods feeding tube formula and oral meal replacement.
 
Thick It 
Convenient ready-to-drink beverages and thickeners.