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Eating Well for Kidney Health

  • Buy nowfirst
    2014
    ISBN: 9781859592045
    £19.99
  • Buy nowKindle Edition
    2013
    ISBN: B00FJ3HWHM

This book is about good food, good drink and good
health. It is full of simple, quick and great-tasting recipes for people with
chronic kidney disease (CKD), along with their friends and families. With the
increase of tests done by General Practices, more and more people are being
told, “You have CKD”. This is a shock, especially as many people are unsure
what chronic kidney disease actually is. What is clear is that people diagnosed
with CKD are eager to improve their health by finding recipes and ingredients
that are good for their kidneys. The advice and information in this book - and
the mouth-watering recipes - are ideal for anyone with CKD.




  • Plenty
    of hints and tips to get you eating in a way that will be kindest to your
    kidneys

  • Advice
    on choosing meals, showing you step-by-step what to look for in takeaways
    and pre-packaged foods

  • Over
    50 delicious and attractive recipes, from quick snacks to special occasion
    meals

  • Practical
    advice to help you to adapt your favourite dishes in a kidney-friendly way



Table of contents:



Part one : Food Facts



How can I protect my kidneys



Energy



Protein



Fats



Salt



Potassium



Fluid balance



Vitamins, minerlas and supplements



Healthy living



Diabetes



Different tastes



Practical hints



Part Two : Recipes



Soups & starters



Fish dishes



Meat & poultry



Vegetarian Main dishes



Side dishes



Desserts



 



"practical, easy
to follow advice and plenty of tasty recipes" Sue Perry, Chair of
the Renal Nutrition Group of the British Dietetic Association
  
"Food is a joy, restrictions can be tiresome. This book shows you how to
bypass tiresome and eat well." Timothy F Statham OBE, Chief
Executive, National Kidney Federation

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