Renal Diet Cookbook: PROTECT YOUR KIDNEYS - Delicious Recipes To Maintain A Healthy and Functioning Kidney (Paperback)

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Renal Diet Cookbook: PROTECT YOUR KIDNEYS - Delicious Recipes To Maintain A Healthy and Functioning Kidney (Paperback)


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Steps to Avoid Dialysis and Prolong Kidney Function

Even though getting diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD) might appear scary, you can take certain steps to prolong your kidney function and delay the onset of dialysis if you catch the disease in its early stages. Some of the main causes of CKD in Americans are high blood pressure and diabetes. In order to prolong kidney function, these diseases should be controlled.

  1. Following a renal diet - The main aim of a pre-dialysis diet is to maintain optimum nutrition. A renal diet is one that has a low content of protein, phosphorus, and sodium and emphasizes the importance of limiting the intake of fluids and consuming high-quality protein. It's essential to consult your dietician for individualized nutrition counseling. Several doctors believe that the progression of kidney diseases can be slowed down by following a renal diet.
  2. Reduce the intake of salt - Consuming an excess amount of salt with your foods is linked with high blood pressure.
  3. Exercise regularly - Exercises like running, walking, and swimming can help maintain a healthy weight, manage diabetes and high blood pressure, and decrease stress.
  4. Reduce stress - Decreasing stress and anxiety can lower your blood pressure, which in turn can be beneficial for your kidneys.
  5. Don't smoke - Smoking decreases the flow of blood to your kidneys. It decreases kidney function in both people with or without diseases.
  6. Limit alcohol intake - Alcohol consumption can increase your blood pressure. The excess calories can also make you gain weight.
  7. Drink enough water - Your kidneys can be damaged by dehydration, decreasing blood flow to the kidneys. However, follow your nutritionist's guidelines regarding fluid intake because regular fluid intake can also increase the build-up of fluid in your body, which can become dangerous for patients in the later stages of CKD.
  8. Control your blood pressure - High blood pressure can increase your risk of kidney failure and heart diseases.
  9. Control your blood sugar - The risk of kidney failure and heart diseases are increased due to diabetes.
  10. Maintain a healthy weight - The risk of kidney-related conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes can be increased because of obesity.


★ Pumpkin Pancakes

★ Pasta Salad

★ Broccoli and Apple Salad

★ Pineapple Frangelico Sorbet

★ Linguine With Broccoli, Chickpeas, and Ricotta

★ Ground Beef Soup

★ Apple Oatmeal Crisp

★Hawaiian Chicken Salad Sandwich

★ Creamy Orzo and Vegetables

★ Baked Turkey Spring Rolls

★ Crab-Stuffed Celery Logs

And so much more

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Product Details ISBN: 9781913710385
ISBN-10: 1913710386
Publisher: Readers First Publishing Ltd
Publication Date: November 30th, 2022
Pages: 224
Language: English