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The Renal Diet Cookbook: The Essential Recipe Book for Healthy Kidneys

Improve Kidney Function with Delicious, Simple and Kidney-Friendly Recipes
Narrated by: Norman Drake
Length: 2 hrs and 36 mins
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Improve your kidney function fast! With delicious and easy-to-prepare meals. 

Living with chronic kidney disease can be overwhelming, but it is both manageable and preventable, as long as you have the correct expert advice and ability to follow a healthy renal diet.

If you’re looking for a complete guide to managing your kidney disease, so that you can avoid dialysis, transplants, or any of the complications that accompany it, then this book will be your new light in the darkness.

The Renal Diet Cookbook is a results-oriented cookbook for people who need a functional renal diet. With over 100 simple, great-tasting recipes, you can finally eat delicious food again, while improving the health of your kidneys. Why just manage your disease when you can truly heal it from the inside out?

Inside The Renal Diet Cookbook, you will discover:

  • How kidney disease affects you and how you can treat it
  • How your diet is connected to your kidney disease
  • How you can thrive with a kidney healthy diet and massive results you can expect
  • Access to exact plans for your new renal diet with simple guidelines for staying on track
  • Over 100 delicious kidney healthy recipes, including snacks, sauces, soups, stews, veggies, meat, fish, and more
  • How to make kidney-healthy spices and sauces so that you can create your own amazing recipes
  • And much more!

If you want a proven plan which has already allowed thousands of people just like you to finally stop their suffering and a live healthy and pain-free life, then you need buy now.

The Renal Diet Cookbook is so much more than a collection of recipes - it’s a method of reinventing your life after diagnosis.

©2018 Linas Pikturna (P)2018 Linas Pikturna

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Uncommon eating routine cookbook!

Uncommon eating routine cookbook! This book is all that You Need to consider renal eating schedule. Inside the book, I discovered in excess of 60 easy to-make renal arrangements that contain low sodium and low potassium healthy assurances that will help you with carrying on with a sound life, balancing kidney ailment. Incredibly, a strong eating routine cookbook I found ever!

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This is an excellent diet cookbook for the beginne

This is an excellent diet cookbook for the beginner's. Amazing cookbook with lots of easy fast recipes! This cookbook is specifically designed to help those who have kidney disease. This diet is unlike many other diets as it often contains a specific number of nutrients that are vital at helping to keep your kidney as healthy as possible. I hope you must find this book useful.

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I have tried many diets over the years

I have tried many diets over the years. Renal Diet is one that I do not like to think of as a diet. It is more a lifestyle change. I get to eat lots of yummy foods, and this cookbook helped me along the way. I was very backwards in my flavoring. Often resorting to butter, and salt. After just a few of these recipes I was able to use what I learned, and update my favorites into healthier alternatives.

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This is a very well intention-ed book to give thos

This is a very well intention-ed book to give those newly diagnosed with renal disease nutritional information to help them understand what they should and should not eat.The author includes weekly meal plans with corresponding shopping lists, as well as recipes. There is also a section on reading food labels. A must read for those wanting to adopt a healthier lifestyle and better manage their CKD through diet. Recommended.

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I really like this book, not only for the recipes

I really like this book, not only for the recipes but for information regarding a renal diet in general. It provides advice on how much sodium, potassium, etc one should consume on a daily basis. And so much more useful information. This book was an excellent investment. The only downside was it calls for some items that are sometimes difficult to find but that could be said of most renal diets, however it's better than some I found online.

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This cookbook has extremely helpful and full data

This cookbook has extremely helpful and full data for every one of the amateurs in renal eating regimen. Great clarification and help while renal eating routine. The Ultimate Guide with Healthy and Delicious Low Sodium, Low Potassium Recipes to Manage Your Kidney Disease, has been created with you in mind, so that finding success with the renal diet comes easy.I highly recommend this book. It is well organized, simple to follow and understand.

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There are numerous aspects of The Renal Diet diet

There are numerous aspects of The Renal Diet diet as well as nutrition packed into the book, from customizing to particular The Renal Diet diets to supplements, ingredients, and where to shop. She breaks things down to making the most basic of ingredients (nut milk, infused oils) to simple and more complex recipes. For a beginner, this book may seem a bit overwhelming at first. It took me a week to work through the basics of it before going back and truly reading some of the pieces.

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good one

Kidney disease and dialysis are so hard to deal with. Especially with the huge diet restrictions. I love this cookbook because not only are there kidney-friendly recipes, there are advice and tips on substitutions for things like dairy (too much calcium and phosphorus) and little facts that one might not have known about renal diets altogether. I love that I can make these recipes without feeling guilty about going against my dietitian's wishes for me to be careful with what I eat.

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This cookbook has very useful and full information

This cookbook has very useful and full information for all the beginners in renal diet. Good explanation and help while renal diet. The recipes are right written and I think only some of them is not allowed for me because of the allergy. Every recipes has the privilege dietary data and just for that great element you can purchase this book. For me the most critical thing while renal eating regimen is to be exceptionally mindful to the color and this cookbook totally accommodating one.

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The book is very informative book.

The book is very informative book. It can help many ways. This book content is really easy to understand and many informative. Many information in this book. Lots of great ideas for renal diet meals. And It's a great read for any renal diet beginners! Easy to make and delicious recipes. Excited to get started. After reading this book I learn many things. So you can read this book 1st to last. However, the book is well organized and so it's definitely helpful in getting started in this area of knowledge

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-12-19

I purchased this book when my a family member was

I purchased this book when my a family member was diagnosed with kidney failure and began dialysis. We knew nothing about a renal diet and this book is a must-have. The recipes are super easy and short with few ingredients and no complicated directions. Our family member had not done much cooking so it was very much appreciated. Each recipe includes number of calories and amounts of potassium, phosphorous, protein, sodium, fat, etc. The book starts out with clear and concise information regarding what bodily function each nutrient is needed for and the approximate range a person on dialysis should stay within which was extremely helpful. The book also includes a 28 day menu plan for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as snacks. The menus use the recipes in the book and include shopping lists for each week. For each day if you use the recipes and/or menus you just have to add the amounts listed at the end of the recipes to calculate the levels for each nutrient. There are even a number of seasoning mixes you can put together and have available for delicious and gourmet tasting culinary delights. So simple, yet very inexpensive!

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  • Jdk Harry
  • 06-29-19

After looking over several renal diet plan cookboo

After looking over several renal diet plan cookbooks, I am so glad that I chose this one. All of the recipes I have tried so far (about 8) have been very good and easy to make. With the use of many fresh herbs for flavor, it can sometimes take more prep than I'd like, but that's just me. When the meal was completed, it was worth it.
The best thing about this book is her simple explanations of renal disease in layman's terms and stressing that diet is so important in combating CRD. Her words gave me hope and made me not so fearful of this diagnosis. For that, I am grateful to have found it.

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  • Honx
  • 06-29-19

I really like the way this book is set up with the

I really like the way this book is set up with the table of contents linked to each recipe making it easy to locate each one. Also in each recipe are links to other sections with directions and recipes on making individual ingredients like rubs, broth and seasoning combinations. I especially liked that chapter. The book also includes good information on understanding kidney disease and learning to cook with that in mind. I do wish the charts on the makeup of various foods was simpler. I just want a list of foods to definitely avoid and perhaps ones to indulge in now and then. Surely there are other candies to be had other than the hard tack variety, something gooey and chewy to satisfy that craving. I would definitely recommend this book to those who find themselves suddenly dealing with this disease.

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  • jenifer
  • 06-29-19

My husband is on dialysis and with the restriction

My husband is on dialysis and with the restrictions, it sometimes feels like you can't indulge in yummy foods. This book changes that! It's full of recipes, tips, and guidance to help you understand your diet, and keep it full of flavor. I personally fell in love with a cucumber salsa that was actually more like a ceviche - we look forward to making it in the summer for parties as it's delicious, something unexpected, and great for his health!

I really recommend this book to anyone with ESRD who is struggling with their diet; the recipes aren't challenging or over the top, but the taste of the few we have tried so far have been great and I think have really shown my husband that a renal diet can be full of easy, flavorful meals.

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  • Harriet E Howells
  • 06-28-19

Very informative book with a weekly meal plans for

Very informative book with a weekly meal plans for a healthier kidney. It start with some diet tips, understanding Kidney disease, meal plan action and recipes. Includes more than 125 recipes. List all the macronutrients, vitamins and minerals you can find in the food. Gives you a grocery list for the pantry. The 28 meal plan is excellent, providing you all you need for every week meal plan with a shopping list. Shows you strategies for dining out. The recipes includes breakfast, snacks, vegetarian, soups, stews, salads, seafood, meat and desserts. This book is very easy to read and understand. Helps you in many ways staring having a healthy life and change your bad eating habits. Is not only for people with kidney disease is for everyone who wants be healthy and eat better. Recommended.

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  • Freax D. Jan
  • 06-28-19

As mentioned by others, there are a lot of meat re

As mentioned by others, there are a lot of meat recipes and also we spotted a few ingredients that are on most patients' "no/avoid" lists. After subtracting out the recipes we (and likely others) can't use -- there are still some interesting ones left, though. Anyone doing the cooking for a patient needs to be advised to use their list of okay-not okay food items and ingredients from their doc, to compare to what is presented in the book. More photos would have been nice. On positive side -- book is easy to read and recipes look like a person of any cooking skill level will be able to do. Most helpful: for each recipe the author has the per serving amounts listed -- of calories, fat, carbs, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and protein.

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  • Bonnie J.
  • 06-28-19

As a renal patient I'm constantly reminding myself

As a renal patient I'm constantly reminding myself to avoid phosphorus, sodium, potassium flare ups on my monthly blood test. I've struggled with phosphorus, but passed the last two blood tests once I started writing down everything I ate, and recording my intake of binders. This book contains some fine recipes and strategies for eating, but I avoid some of the foods the use. Shrimp, for example, is high phosphorus. I love it, but I avoid it. It's the same with cheese and beans. They used to be favorite foods, but now they're off my personal menu. I love soup, and can't wait to try some of her suggestions. The commercial stuff is too loaded with sodium. In any event, even though I'm not a foodie, I think this book is well worth the money. The biggest part of adapting to dialysis is the diet, and this book can help you avoid eating yourself to death.

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  • Dani
  • 06-28-19

The good: the recipes are easy to follow, varied,

The good: the recipes are easy to follow, varied, easy to prepare and don't require hard-to-get ingredients. The not-so-good: I purchased this book for someone who recently started dialysis. Both pre-dialysis and dialysis patients need to limit sodium, potassium and phosphorus in their diets, but there is one big difference. People with CKD, but not on dialysis, also need to cut down on protein, while people on dialysis need to do the opposite; they need to increase protein. The recommended serving sizes in the book are very small. For example, a meatloaf recipe calls for a pound of ground beef and, if the author is to be believed, serves 8. That's two ounces of meat per portion--actually, less, after the meat is cooked. That just isn't enough protein for people on dialysis, unless they are getting a lot of protein from other foods. Of course, portions can be doubled or tripled, but then sodium, potassium and phosphorus would also be doubled or tripled, unfortunately to levels that are higher than advisable. This is the case for many of the recipes in the book. For someone not on dialysis, this book would be a good resource. For the person on dialysis, not so much

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  • Aanni T hock
  • 06-28-19

I purchased this book when my a family member was

I purchased this book when my a family member was diagnosed with kidney failure and began dialysis. We knew nothing about a renal diet and this book is a must-have. The recipes are super easy and short with few ingredients and no complicated directions. Our family member had not done much cooking so it was very much appreciated. Each recipe includes number of calories and amounts of potassium, phosphorous, protein, sodium, fat, etc. The book starts out with clear and concise information regarding what bodily function each nutrient is needed for and the approximate range a person on dialysis should stay within which was extremely helpful. The book also includes a 28 day menu plan for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as snacks. The menus use the recipes in the book and include shopping lists for each week. For each day if you use the recipes and/or menus you just have to add the amounts listed at the end of the recipes to calculate the levels for each nutrient. There are even a number of seasoning mixes you can put together and have available for delicious and gourmet tasting culinary delights. So simple, yet very inexpensive!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-12-19

Renal Diet Cookbook: The Low Sodium, Low Potassium

Renal Diet Cookbook: The Low Sodium, Low Potassium, Healthy Kidney Cookbook

Very informative book with a weekly meal plans for a healthier kidney. It start with some diet tips, understanding Kidney disease, meal plan action and recipes. Includes more than 125 recipes. List all the macronutrients, vitamins and minerals you can find in the food. Gives you a grocery list for the pantry. The 28 meal plan is excellent, providing you all you need for every week meal plan with a shopping list. Shows you strategies for dining out. The recipes includes breakfast, snacks, vegetarian, soups, stews, salads, seafood, meat and desserts. This book is very easy to read and understand. Helps you in many ways staring having a healthy life and change your bad eating habits. Is not only for people with kidney disease is for everyone who wants be healthy and eat better. Recommended.

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