Kidney Healthy Recipes is dedicated to all kidney warriors fighting to protect their kidney function, surviving on dialysis or who are living with a transplanted kidney. Stay strong and be as healthy as you can.
Kidney Friendly Recipes
Kidney nutrition, often referred to as kidney diet or kidney nutrition, doesn’t have to be boring and tasteless. It is possible to enjoy tasty foods and meals even with kidney disease and it may be much easier than you think.
In each recipe, you will find a lot of additional information and tips about the ingredients, the methodologies and mostly delicious way to easily customize them.
All the recipes presented are reviewed by a nutritionist and you will find in each of them a lot of information about the ingredients, methodologies and especially tips to easily personalize them to your taste.
Apple pie spices
A delicious apple pie spice blend that will allow you to add a comforting flavor to various recipes.
Low phosphorus, Low potassium, Low protein, Low saturated fat, Low sodium, No added sugar
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Control what you eat
Your nutrition is one of the most important aspects you can control in order to preserve your kidney function as much as possible. That’s why you’ll find a nutrition information label for each recipe. This way, you can easily understand the nutritional properties of these.
However, keep in mind that these values are approximate. The actual nutritional values will differ from those presented on this site depending on the exact ingredients you will use.
Low Sodium Vegan Pho
A delicious, low sodium version of the classic Pho (“Fuh”). Eating Vietnamese soup is now vegan and kidney friendly! Perfect to serve with the protein of your choice to transform it into a complete meal.
Low phosphorus, Low sodium, Vegan, Vegetarian, Very high source of fiber
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Your teams of healthcare professionals are here to help you on your medical journey and you should always follow their prescriptions.
However, remember that no matter how many specialists assist you, you are the person responsible for your health. It’s your actions and choices that will make all the difference.
That’s why, even with all the professional help you can get, you’re the main contributor to your health. The more informed you are, the more informed choices you will be able to make.
Updated Kidney Diet Guide
The kidney diet guide explains the importance of diet for a kidney patient and summarizes current recommendations to help preserve kidney function as much as possible.
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