MagicKitchen.com is our parent company, serving delicious homestyle meals to America for years. Our chefs put that experience together with the knowledge of nutritionists to create our new Renal Meal Plans.
Meals come in ovenable and microwavable trays:
Renal Meals are created by nutritionists and chefs, flash-frozen and delivered to your door. Buy individual meals or packs for a week. Buy 2 x 7 meal pack and save $10! Buy online or call toll-free 877-516-2442 and talk to our knowledgeable and friendly staff.
We carry both renal meals and meals for people on dialysis. Renal meals minimize protein, phosphorus, potassium and sodium.
Dialysis-friendly meals take down the sodium, phosphorus and potassium while keeping the size of the protein manageable.
AAKP says, "Prior to starting hemodialysis, patients are often taught how to reduce the amount of protein in their diet with the hope that by doing this, the need for dialysis might be delayed. However, once dialysis is initiated, dietitians begin to do the opposite and educate patients on ways to increase their protein intake."
A lot of care has gone into the creation of these meals, our chefs being aware that too many dialysis meals lack taste and seasoning. Meals such as Seared Flank Steak with Grilled Onions & Vegetable Pilaf, Chile Colorado with Mexican Rice, Crabcakes with Lemony Rice Pilaf, Chicken and Apple Curry, Pot Roast and Chicken Marsala with Pasta Primavera are some of the results.
So come back to flavor! Try the Renal Meal Plan from MagicKitchen.com!
Because your kidneys are not functioning properly, you may be feeling some uncomfortable side effects such as a general ill feeling, loss of your appetite, nausea, and high blood pressure. Dialysis removes waste products from the body and helps decrease these side effects. Remember that dialysis is not as efficient as normal kidneys and the waste products build up between each treatment. For this reason, dialysis patients need to follow a special diet.
The MagicKitchen.com Renal Meal Plan is your answer for lunch and dinner. This renal diet can help you slow the progression of kidney disease, so it is well worth the effort to eat renal-friendly foods. A dialysis renal diet is a diet in which certain nutrients are controlled in order to limit the build-up of excess materials and wastes produced by your body.
When you were first diagnosed with chronic kidney disease one of your first questions may have been ‘What can I do to save my kidneys so I don’t need dialysis?’ Blood pressure control, managing glucose for diabetics and adjustment in dietary protein intake can make a difference in kidney disease progression according to the research.
Early stages of CKD usually focus on low sodium intake to help control blood pressure and carbohydrate balance if you have diabetes and CKD. Controlling blood pressure and blood glucose can help slow progression of kidney failure. You may be told to avoid excess dietary protein to reduce the kidney workload and minimize build-up of protein waste products in the blood. As kidney disease progresses, more focus is placed on phosphorus and potassium, since the kidney loses ability to remove excess amounts from the body.