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Easy Renal Diet Cookbook

Ultimate Guide To Manage Kidney Disease

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Easy Renal Diet Cookbook: Ultimate Guide To Manage Kidney Disease

Know About Your Kidney

Types And Causes Of Kidney Disease

Symptoms of kidney disease

The five stages of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

How Is Kidney Disease Treated?

Food Choices with their Phosphorus contents for a Kidney Diet

Common Measuring units

Breakfast Blueberry Lemon Corn Muffins

Maple Ground Beef Or Pork Sausage

Mexican Brunch Eggs With Toasted bread

Quick Omelet

French Toast With Apple Mint

Yogurt Cream Fresh Berry Fruit Salad

Vegetables stuffed Omelet

Breakfast Green Chilies Burrito

Apple Nut Muffins

Home Made Master Mix Biscuits

Blueberry Lemon Oats Squares

Apple Nutmeg Crepes

Low Sodium Blueberry Pancakes

Oatmeal Banana Shake

Apple Lemon Honey Smoothie

Raspberry Almond Peach Smoothie

Mixed Fruit mix

Pineapple Colada Spicy Smoothie

Pineapple Blueberry Smoothie

Healthy Lemon Blueberry Parfait

Bouncing Smoothie

Fresh Fruit Smoothie

Laura Shake

Spicy Steamed Fish

Lemon Dilled Fish

Quick And Easy Fajitas

Chewy Shrimp Linguine

Rice Salmon Salad

Rice Tuna Fish

Oven Tilapia Fillets Gremolata

Dill Salmon Lemon And BBQ

Easy Salmon with Fruit Salsa

Thailand Style Fish Soup

Easy Salsa Soup

Barley Beef Soup

Chicken and Mocha Mix

Roasted Red Pepper Garlic Soup

Chicken Chili Stew with tortilla chips

Scallions Corn Potage

Turkey Seafood Gumbo

Potato Soup

Kidney Friendly Alfredo Sauce

Cherry And Apple Chutney

Fruit Rice Salad

Coleslaw New Twist

Mediterranean Pear Salad

Mixed Fruit Salad with Lime Basil Syrup

Arugula With black pepper Pear Salad

Mama’s Style Coleslaw

Beet And Nut Salad

Asian Chicken Salad

Greens And Berry Rice Salad

Pasta Creamy Salad

15 Minutes Curried Turkey Casserole

Baked Broccoli Chicken

BBQ Chicken Salad

French Meatballs

Dijon mustard Lamb Sirloin

Grilled Turkey With Lime

Marinated Cooked Chicken

Chicken WithCreamy Mushroom Sauce

Kale Mushrooms With Chicken Stew

Turkey Sliders Aioli

Cooked Meatballs AndSauce

Meaty Jerky

Grounded Turkey Burgers

Simple Strawberry Snacks

Favorite Pita Chips

Chilled Pickles

Cheesy Herbs Dip

Crispy Pumpkin Seeds

Baked Acorn Squash with Pineapple

All Occasion Energy Bars

Baked Cheesy Macaroni

White Wine Sautéed Greens

Baked Cabbage Wedges

Green Beans Garlic

Turnip Greens With Kale

Sauté Vegetable

Baked Coated Tofu

Mashed Potatoes Cauliflower

Flavorful Basmati Rice

Egg PieAnd Mushroom

Popcorn Caramel Almond Pecan

Blueberry cheese Pie

Flavored Asian Pear Crisp

Apple Caramel Pound Cake

Apple And Cinnamon Cheese Torte

Cocky Cookies

Apple Cranberry Orange Nut Bread

Pear Cupcakes with Maple Frosting

Refrigerate Peanut Butter Balls

Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream

BBQ Rub

Vinegar Herb Ranch Dressing

Home Made Cajun Seasoning

DIY Mushroom Broth

Special Pizza Sauce

Vinegar/Fruit Salad Dressing

Quick Fajita Marinade

Friendly Barbecue Sauce

Kidney Care Ketchup

Mexican Spice

Laura Evans

Copyright © 2019 Laura Evans

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INTRODUCTION

Know About Your Kidney

Why Are the Kidneys So Important?

Function Of The Kidney

What is kidney disease?

Types And Causes Of Kidney Disease

Symptoms of kidney disease

The five stages of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

How Is Kidney Disease Treated?

THE RIGHT WAY OF EATING FOR CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE

Food Choices with their Phosphorus contents for a Kidney Diet

Common Measuring units

BREAKFAST RECIPES

Breakfast Blueberry Lemon Corn Muffins

Maple Ground Beef Or Pork Sausage

Mexican Brunch Eggs With Toasted bread

Quick Omelet

French Toast With Apple Mint

Yogurt Cream Fresh Berry Fruit Salad

Vegetables stuffed Omelet

Breakfast Green Chilies Burrito

Apple Nut Muffins

Home Made Master Mix Biscuits

Blueberry Lemon Oats Squares

Apple Nutmeg Crepes

Low Sodium Blueberry Pancakes

SMOOTHIES AND DRINKS

Oatmeal Banana Shake

Apple Lemon Honey Smoothie

Raspberry Almond Peach Smoothie

Mixed Fruit mix

Pineapple Colada Spicy Smoothie

Pineapple Blueberry Smoothie

Healthy Lemon Blueberry Parfait

Bouncing Smoothie

Fresh Fruit Smoothie

Laura Shake

SEAFOOD AND FISH

Spicy Steamed Fish

Lemon Dilled Fish

Quick And Easy Fajitas

Chewy Shrimp Linguine

Rice Salmon Salad

Rice Tuna Fish

Oven Tilapia Fillets Gremolata

Dill Salmon Lemon And BBQ

Easy Salmon with Fruit Salsa

Thailand Style Fish Soup

SOUPS STEWS AND SAUCES RECIPES

Easy Salsa Soup

Barley Beef Soup

Chicken and Mocha Mix

Roasted Red Pepper Garlic Soup

Chicken Chili Stew with tortilla chips

Scallions Corn Potage

Turkey Seafood Gumbo

Potato Soup

Kidney Friendly Alfredo Sauce

Cherry And Apple Chutney

SALAD RECIPES

Fruit Rice Salad

Coleslaw New Twist

Mediterranean Pear Salad

Mixed Fruit Salad with Lime Basil Syrup

Arugula With black pepper Pear Salad

Mama’s Style Coleslaw

Beet And Nut Salad

Asian Chicken Salad

Greens And Berry Rice Salad

Pasta Creamy Salad

POULTRY AND MEAT

15 Minutes Curried Turkey Casserole

Baked Broccoli Chicken

BBQ Chicken Salad

French Meatballs

Dijon mustard Lamb Sirloin

Grilled Turkey With Lime

Marinated Cooked Chicken

Chicken With Creamy Mushroom Sauce

Kale Mushrooms With Chicken Stew

Turkey Sliders Aioli

Cooked Meatballs And Sauce

SIDE DISH AND SNACKS

Meaty Jerky

Grounded Turkey Burgers

Simple Strawberry Snacks

Favorite Pita Chips

Chilled Pickles

Cheesy Herbs Dip

Crispy Pumpkin Seeds

Baked Acorn Squash with Pineapple

All Occasion Energy Bars

VEGETARIAN AND VEGETABLES

Baked Cheesy Macaroni

White Wine Sautéed Greens

Baked Cabbage Wedges

Green Beans Garlic

Turnip Greens With Kale

Sauté Vegetable

Baked Coated Tofu

Mashed Potatoes Cauliflower

Flavorful Basmati Rice

Egg Pie And Mushroom

DESSERTS RECIPES

Popcorn Caramel Almond Pecan

Blueberry cheese Pie

Flavored Asian Pear Crisp

Apple Caramel Pound Cake

Apple And Cinnamon Cheese Torte

Cocky Cookies

Apple Cranberry Orange Nut Bread

Pear Cupcakes with Maple Frosting

Refrigerate Peanut Butter Balls

Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream

KITCHEN STAPLES

BBQ Rub

Vinegar Herb Ranch Dressing

Home Made Cajun Seasoning

DIY Mushroom Broth

Special Pizza Sauce

Vinegar/ Fruit Salad Dressing

Quick Fajita Marinade

Friendly Barbecue Sauce

Kidney Care Ketchup

Mexican Spice

INTRODUCTION

By comparison, adults are 30 times more prone to develop kidney disease than children. About 27 million American adults suffer from Kidney disease and only one out of every 70,000 children- below the age of 20 experience kidney disease. The risk of having a kidney disease increases with age.

Kidney disease is ranked among one of the leading cause of death in the United States, although a lot can be done to influence or control the progression of kidney disease at a very early stage. When kidney disease is left untreated, a lot of damage can be done. The earlier you start attending to your kidney the better chance you have to effectively treat it. Following a kidney diet may delay total kidney failure and also bolster kidney function. Diet is a very important aspect of treatment for kidney disease and the impact can help you slow down the progression rate. People living with kidney disease must strictly stick to a kidney diet to reduce the amount of waste in their blood so that the kidney can function effectively.

As a dietitian, with expert experience, I have worked with many kidney disease patients and other patient battling with different health issues. I am sure you will find a lot of useful information in this book. My book has helped countless number of kidney disease patients to manage the physical symptoms and also deal with the emotional stress it can bring. At the very early stage of kidney disease, my advice to patients is to quickly make changes to their eating lifestyle.

The Renal diet is one that is low in potassium, sodium and phosphorous. This book provides patients with information to have a better understanding of the function of the kidney, kidney failure, kidney diseases with diet information, such as dairy choice with low phosphorus, food low in sodium, fruit with low potassium and many more. This cookbook stresses the importance of consuming limited potassium, sodium, phosphorus and calcium with the right amount of protein.

Let’s get started!

Know About Your Kidney

The kidney organs are two in number, looking like the shaped of a bean, each about the size of a fist. They are located on either side of the spine, just below the rib cage.

Why Are the Kidneys So Important?

One of the kidney's major functions is the removal of excess fluid and waste from the body. These excess fluid and waste product are discharged through your urine. The urine production involves a high degree of complicated steps to discharged waste and re-absorption. These steps are crucial in maintaining a stable and balance body chemicals.

The kidneys also discharge acid produced by the body cells and retain a healthy balance of salts, water and minerals—like potassium, phosphorus, calcium and sodium in the blood. The hormone that the kidney produces also affects the role of other organs. The kidneys produce hormones that assist in the control of calcium metabolism and maintain blood pressure. It also produce hormone that stimulates red blood cell production and keep your bones healthy and strong.

The kidneys consist of about a million filtering units called nephrons, and each of the nephrons contains "glomerulus". The glomerulus functions to filters the blood and the tube-shaped structure (tubule) give back needed substances to your blood and get rid of wastes. The glomerulus filters any blood that enters it and the remaining liquid go through the tubule.

A healthy functioning kidney filter up to half cup of blood per minute, removes excess water and the final product being the urine we pass out. The urine is transported from the kidney to the bladder through the ureters.

Function Of The Kidney

Regulate the manufacture of red blood cells

Manufacture an create a form of vitamin D that boost strong and healthy bones

Discharge hormones that regulate blood pressure

Regulate the body's fluids

Get rid of drugs from the body

Get rid of waste products from the body

What is kidney disease?

About 27 million American adults suffer from Kidney disease. Kidney disease can be related to a situation when your kidney is damaged and can no longer carry out its function correctly. There are series of issues that can cause damage to the kidney, like high blood pressure, diabetes and series of other chronic conditions. Living with a kidney disease can cause other related health problems- such as malnutrition, weak bones, nerve damage among others. 

When you have kidney disease over a period of time and it gets worse, your kidneys may stop functioning totally. What this translates to is you will require a dialysis to carry out the function of the kidneys. Dialysis is treatment procedure that filters toxins, excess water and solutes from the blood in people, whose kidneys can no longer carry out these functions naturally, using the help of a machine. Dialysis cannot cure kidney disease, but it can increase life span. 

Types And Causes Of Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease

This is the most common form of kidney disease. Chronic kidney disease describes the gradual loss of kidney function over a long period of time. It is commonly caused by high blood pressure.

High blood pressure poses a real danger to the kidney in a way that it elevates the pressure on the glomeruli. Glomeruli is responsible for cleaning the blood but with a constant increase in blood pressure, it destroys these vessels which cause a decline in kidney function. A kidney transplant may be another treatment option depending on your circumstances.

Diabetes is another one of the many causes of chronic kidney disease. Diabetes is a kind of disease that causes high blood sugar. The constant increase level of sugar in blood pressure destroys these vessels which cause a decline in kidney function of properly cleaning the blood vessels. The effect is the kidney becomes overloaded with toxic.

Kidney stones

Kidney stone is also a widely known kidney problem. This is a situation where some substance and other mineral properties in the blood obstruct the kidneys, forming solid masses (stones).During urination, kidney stones are usually being excreted, they are not very painful though and hardly lead to any significant problems.

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Glomerulonephritis

Glomerulonephritis is worsening of a situation of the glomeruli. Glomeruli are tiny little structures located in the kidneys which help to filter the blood.

Glomerulonephritis can be a result of drugs, infections, or congenital abnormalities (are also known as birth defects, are conditions present from birth). This kind of condition mostly gets improves on its own.

Polycystic kidney disease

Polycystic kidney disease is a genetic problem caused by one or more abnormalities formed in the genome, that causes multiple cysts (a yellowish to white, oily fluid) to grow in the kidneys. These cysts can block the function of the kidney and provoke kidney failure. It’s necessary to understand that single kidney cysts are rarely common and do not have any significant problem. Polycystic kidney disease is a more serious and separate condition.

Symptoms of kidney disease

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Verlag: BookRix GmbH & Co. KG

Tag der Veröffentlichung: 28.06.2019
ISBN: 978-3-7487-0859-9

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