Renal Diet Cook


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Do you want to make 300 flavorful low-sodium and potassium recipes and a 31-day meal plan for kidney diseases? If yes, then keep reading…

Kidney diseases today are becoming more and more common. According to the figures released by the World Kidney Day, the number of people with kidney-related diseases has increased by 300 percent over the last 40 years. Over 13 percent of all people in the US are suffering from kidney disease. There are about 325,000 individuals who have been diagnosed with end-stage renal disease in the US (as of 2010). The main reasons for kidney failure are diabetes, obesity, and hypertension. The reason people really need to be more proactive about their health is that the earlier the disease is diagnosed, the better the prognosis.

Renal diet was devised by doctors to help control the symptoms and associated effects of kidney diseases. The diet is based on the intake of low-protein, low-sodium, and low-potassium foods. Based on an average of a VLCD (very low-calorie diet) of 60 to 80 grams of carbohydrates and 800 to 1,000 calories, renal diet is prepared it is specific food lists. The kidney diet provides a list of foods to be avoided and foods to be ingested at specific periods. The best part of the kidney diet is that there are not too many rules to follow and people can eat however they want. The food is prescribed in smaller portions daily.

Renal diet is an effective food plan for high-risk patients who need to slow the progression of their kidney diseases. The patient must eat three times a day. The recommended foods include low-fat proteins such as chicken, turkey, fish, egg whites, and cottage cheese. The proteins in these foods are not concentrated mainly in the organs- they are the lean skeletal parts of the animals. The diet plans are created in such a way that no one should feel hungry.

This book contains recipes that are low in fat and sodium. These recipes are easy to make in the comfort of your kitchen. You will also learn how to prepare tasty substitutions in your recipes. You are encouraged to follow the meal plan healthcare provider prescribed or you can create your own plan. This book covers the following topics:

Understanding Kidney Diseases

Renal Diet Guidelines

31-Days Meal Plan

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Dessert Recipes

Seafoods, Meat and Poultry Recipes

Vegetables and Salad Recipes

Smoothies, Drinks and Snacks Recipes

Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes

Seasonal Recipes

Measurements and Conversion

And much more.

This guide contains over 300 recipes that will greatly benefit kidney patients. The author has included a wide range of recipes to satisfy different tastes and includes recipes of low fat, low sodium, low meat, low cholesterol and extremely diabetic friendly recipes. The recipes and tips are presented in an easy to understand format; making the book easy to use and navigate. Recipes contain several variations that are geared towards low fat and sodium so that you can create a dish that fits your taste. This heart healthy guide includes nutrition tips, meal plans and expansive lists of food to include and avoid. The author’s great experience with kidney recipes demonstrates the usefulness of this book in helping create an effective meal plan based on your specific needs.

All of the recipes contain helpful tips on how to prepare and retain the taste of the food. Grab this copy of the book and healthy and delicious kidney diet recipes will be in your hands.


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