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RENAL DIET COOKBOOK

Essential Nutrition Guide To Manage And Improve Kidney Disease

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Renal Diet Cookbook: Essential Nutrition Guide to Manage and Improve Kidney Disease

What Do You Know About Your kidneys?

Function Of The Kidney

What is kidney disease?

What causes kidney disease?

What are the symptoms of chronic kidney disease?

Diagnosis and Tests

Low Sodium Macaroni and Cheese

Oven Baked Apple Onion Omelet

Quick Homemade Sausage

Mexican Egg With Tortilla

Eggs Burritos and Mexican Sausage Breakfast

Spicy Breakfast Burritos

Chicken Sandwich With Orange Salad

Authentic Chili Rellenos Casserole

Pumpkin Spice Applesauce Bread

Strawberry Vanilla Bars

Fancy Breakfast Quiche

Quick Buttermilk Pancakes

Chocolate Cinnamon Smoothie

Raspberry Peach Smoothie

Spicy pineapple Smoothie

Creamy Berry Smoothie

Apple Beet Blend

Lemon With Cucumber Flavored Water

Flavored Smoothie

Mixed Green Juice

Smoothie Fruity

Oatmeal Banana Shake

Spicy Fruit Tilapia

Cooked Salmon Steaks

Onion Dilled Fish

Grilled Salmon Salsa

Shrimp With Spaghetti

Garnished Tortilla Pizza

Rice Tuna Casserole

Cooked BBQ Shrimp

Extra Spicy Fried Fish

Tuna Worcestershire Loaf

Cream Cider Chicken

Dijon Chicken Breast

Roast Chicken with Herbs

Cheesy Basil Chicken

Turkey Sliders with Aioli Mixture

Grilled Garlic Lemon Chicken Kebabs

Broccoli Turkey Casserole

Starter Chicken Tacos

Herb Coated Bread Chicken

Honey Vinegar Molasses Pork

Corn Celery and Fennel Soup

Sea Coast Roasted Red Pepper Soup

Low Sodium White Sauce

Chicken With Mushrooms Soup

Beef Veggie Barley Soup

Fancy Chili

Piecrust Chicken Stew

Seasoned Chicken and Gnocchi

Creamy Potato Soup

Rice And Chicken Carrot Soup

Low Protein Strawberry Salad

Rice Vinegar Cucumber Salad

Creamy Pickles Pasta Salad

Roasted Peanuts Salad with Chili-Lime Sauce

Persimmon Pomegranate Salad

Green molasses Salad

Toasted Almond Summer Salad

Lemon tarragon Orzo Salad

Pear And wine vinegar Arugula Salad

Asian Apple With sesame seeds Slaw

Roasted Brussels sprouts

Homemade Herb Rolls

Lemon Cream Chess Pie

Macaroni & Cheese In A Flash

Mashed potatoes Parsnips

Blasted Cheese Garnished Vegetables

Pinto Beans And Parslied Onions

Lemony Roasted Asparagus

Blasted Garlic Parsnips

Roasted Sweet Onion And Green Beans

Tibret Sorbet

Blueberry vanilla Bran Muffins

Blueberry Glazed Citrus Cake Compote

Roasted pear With Honey

Apple Caramel Pound Cake

Simple Lemon Curd

Peach with Whipped Cream And Lemon

Molded Popcorn Balls

Pumpkin Spice Mousse Pie

Crocked Pot  Pina Cherry Cake

Orange Chocolate Cookies

Honey Cornmeal Muffins

Dilled Vinegar Carrots

Dried Cranberries With Green Beans Hazelnuts

Toasted bread with Goat Cheese And Green Tomatoes

Mixed Bread Pudding

Simple Chipotle Wings

Pineapple cabbage Coleslaw

Refreshing Energy Bars

All Purpose Herb Blend

Cajun Seasoning

Basil Garlic-Herb Seasoning

Simple Low Sodium Soy Sauce

Sarah’s BBQ Sauce

Easy Poultry Seasoning

Mustard Red Chili Vinegar

Mixed Mexican Blend

Fajita Flavored Marinade

Homemade Mushroom Broth

Laurel Stevens

Copyright © 2019 Laurel Stevens

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INTRODUCTION

What Do You Know About Your kidneys?

Function Of The Kidney

What is kidney disease?

What is a Dialysis?

What is kidney transplantation?

What causes kidney disease?

Types of Kidney Disease

What are the symptoms of chronic kidney disease?

Diagnosis and Tests

Management and treatment

Renal Diet Basics

KIDNEY HEALTHY RECIPES

BREAKFAST RECIPES

Low Sodium Macaroni and Cheese

Oven Baked Apple Onion Omelet

Quick Homemade Sausage

Mexican Egg With Tortilla

Eggs Burritos and Mexican Sausage Breakfast

Spicy Breakfast Burritos

Chicken Sandwich With Orange Salad

Authentic Chili Rellenos Casserole

Pumpkin Spice Applesauce Bread

Strawberry Vanilla Bars

Fancy Breakfast Quiche

Quick Buttermilk Pancakes

SMOOTHIE AND DRINKS

Chocolate Cinnamon Smoothie

Raspberry Peach Smoothie

Spicy pineapple Smoothie

Creamy Berry Smoothie

Apple Beet Blend

Lemon With Cucumber Flavored Water

Flavored Smoothie

Mixed Green Juice

Smoothie Fruity

Oatmeal Banana Shake

FISH AND SEAFOOD

Spicy Fruit Tilapia

Cooked Salmon Steaks

Onion Dilled Fish

Grilled Salmon Salsa

Shrimp With Spaghetti

Garnished Tortilla Pizza

Rice Tuna Casserole

Cooked BBQ Shrimp

Extra Spicy Fried Fish

Tuna Worcestershire Loaf

POULTRY AND MEAT

Cream Cider Chicken

Dijon Chicken Breast

Roast Chicken with Herbs

Cheesy Basil Chicken

Turkey Sliders with Aioli Mixture

Grilled Garlic Lemon Chicken Kebabs

Broccoli Turkey Casserole

Starter Chicken Tacos

Herb Coated Bread Chicken

Honey Vinegar Molasses Pork

SOUP AND STEW

Corn Celery and Fennel Soup

Sea Coast Roasted Red Pepper Soup

Low Sodium White Sauce

Chicken With Mushrooms Soup

Beef Veggie Barley Soup

Fancy Chili

Piecrust Chicken Stew

Seasoned Chicken and Gnocchi

Creamy Potato Soup

Rice And Chicken Carrot Soup

SALAD RECIPES

Low Protein Strawberry Salad

Rice Vinegar Cucumber Salad

Creamy Pickles Pasta Salad

Roasted Peanuts Salad with Chili-Lime Sauce

Persimmon Pomegranate Salad

Green molasses Salad

Toasted Almond Summer Salad

Lemon tarragon Orzo Salad

Pear And wine vinegar Arugula Salad

Asian Apple With sesame seeds Slaw

VEGETARIAN AND VEGETABLES

Roasted Brussels sprouts

Homemade Herb Rolls

Lemon Cream Chess Pie

Macaroni & Cheese In A Flash

Mashed potatoes Parsnips

Blasted Cheese Garnished Vegetables

Pinto Beans And Parslied Onions

Lemony Roasted Asparagus

Blasted Garlic Parsnips

Roasted Sweet Onion And Green Beans

DESSERT RECIPES

Tibret Sorbet

Blueberry vanilla Bran Muffins

Blueberry Glazed Citrus Cake Compote

Roasted pear With Honey

Apple Caramel Pound Cake

Simple Lemon Curd

Peach with Whipped Cream And Lemon

Molded Popcorn Balls

Pumpkin Spice Mousse Pie

Crocked Pot  Pina Cherry Cake

SIDE AND SNACKS

Orange Chocolate Cookies

Honey Cornmeal Muffins

Dilled Vinegar Carrots

Dried Cranberries With Green Beans Hazelnuts

Toasted bread with Goat Cheese And Green Tomatoes

Mixed Bread Pudding

Simple Chipotle Wings

Pineapple cabbage Coleslaw

Refreshing Energy Bars

STAPLES

All Purpose Herb Blend

Cajun Seasoning

Basil Garlic-Herb Seasoning

Simple Low Sodium Soy Sauce

Sarah’s BBQ Sauce

Easy Poultry Seasoning

Mustard Red Chili Vinegar

Mixed Mexican Blend

Fajita Flavored Marinade

Homemade Mushroom Broth

Common Measuring units

INTRODUCTION

Kidney disease rank among one of the leading cause of death in the United States. About 27 million American adults suffers from Kidney disease while the rate of kidney disease in children is very low, almost nothing at all. For every 70,000 children below the age of 20, only one might experience kidney disease.

A kidney disease is a situation when the kidney has been damaged and can no more perform its function properly. When you have kidney disease over a long period, and you allow the situation gets worsen, it can lead to chronic kidney disease (CKD) or kidney failure. A dialysis would be one of the options or an option of a kidney transplant.

Diet is a very important aspect of treatment for kidney disease and the impact can help you slow down the progression rate. Following a kidney diet may delay total kidney failure and also bolster kidney function. It is very important to follow a good eating and healthy lifestyle if you have kidney disease, such as monitoring the consumption of sodium, phosphorus and potassium especially.

This book provides patients with broad information and a better understanding of the importance and function of the kidney. Causes of kidney failure, kidney diseases and diet information such as dairy choice with low phosphorus, food low in sodium, fruit with low potassium and many more.

As an expert in this field, with a vast number of kidney disease patient and other patient battling with different health I have worked with, I am sure you will find a lot of useful information in this book. Countless number of kidney disease patient have been able to manage the physical symptoms and also deal with the emotional stress the consciousness can bring. This is my professional advice. Respond quickly to treating your kidney at the early stage of kidney disease and make changes to your eating lifestyle.

What Do You Know About Your kidneys?

The kidneys are those two bean-shaped organs, each about the size of a fist, located 

on either side of your spine, toward your back, just below the rib cage.

What makes the Kidneys So Important?

The kidneys perform several function, among which are, the filtering of wastes and extra water from the body through passing out of urine. The kidney also produce hormone that assist in the control of calcium metabolism and maintain blood pressure (erythropoietin, renin, and calcitriol), by producing life-sustaining chemicals. It also produce hormone that stimulates red blood cell production and keep your bones healthy and strong. These steps are crucial in maintaining a stable and balance body chemicals.

In each kidney, there are about a million filtering units called nephrons, they are responsible for filtering the blood through "glomerulus". The glomerulus is a small blood vessel that function to filters the blood, and a tube-shaped structure (tubule) give back needed substances to your blood and get rid of waste.

A healthy and functioning kidney filters out about 200 quarts of blood per day, removes any excess water and the finished work is the urine we excrete. The urine is transported from the kidney to the bladder through the ureters.

Function Of The Kidney

Discharge hormones that balance blood pressure

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

Regulate the manufacture of red blood cells

Regulate the body's fluids

Get rid of waste products from the body

Get rid of drugs from the body

What is kidney disease?

About 26 million American adults suffers from Kidney disease. A kidney disease is a situation when the kidney has been damaged and can no more perform its function properly. The renal function as it’s sometimes referred to, describe the functioning state of the kidney. If both kidney organs are functioning well, a person is said to have a 100% kidney function. A person can live without noticing even if the kidney function declines to 30% or 40%. One can live normally with just one healthy kidney.

But when the kidney function decline below 25%, there is a serious problem. And a more declining in the function to about 15% to 10% means the kidney is in critical state. A dialysis would be one of the options or an option of a kidney transplant.

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What is a Dialysis?

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. There are 2 major types of dialysis.

Hemodialysis

This is substitute for extracorporeal separation of blood product such as plasma or cells is apheresis. Hemodialysis, uses a dialysis equipment and a unique filter called a dialyzer or an artificial kidney, they are used to clean your blood of waste products, excess water, and excess salt.

Peritoneal dialysis

This is a way to remove waste products from your blood when your kidneys can no more carry out its function adequately.

In peritoneal dialysis, the dialysis solution is introduced into the patient’s abdomen. A cleansing fluid captures and filters waste products from your blood then is removed through a tube (catheter).

What is kidney transplantation?

Kidney transplantation is an option of replacing a bad kidney for a healthy and functional one; so that it can filters toxins, excess water and solutes from the blood. This is done by two major ways, a deceased or living donors.

Deceased donor kidneys are gotten from people who are already dead but have agreed to give their kidneys out before their death. There is usually a sign document called organ donor cards. All kidney donations are being screened very carefully, making sure not to transmit any disease and also to have a good match. Living donors are gotten from a spouses or immediate family members. Since one can live well with just a healthy kidney.

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Publisher: BookRix GmbH & Co. KG

Publication Date: 07-09-2019
ISBN: 978-3-7487-0947-3

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