When customers began calling MagicKitchen.com, saying that they needed easy meals for renal diets, we gave it serious thought. Knowing what a serious condition it is, we knew that we were taking on a big responsibility and had to commit to our customers to create delicious meals that fit into their renal meal plan.
We talked to the people at Davita.com, who have a really wonderful site dedicated to your health. Then we went to our chefs, and together we came up with a menu for renal meals which we really think tops any others in the genre.
Here are only a few of the meals we came up with, and there are always more on the back burner. That means you can keep coming back for easy meals for a renal diet.
Cheese Ravioli with Meat Sauce & Broccoli, Peas & Corn
Cheesey Ravioli with a light meat sauce. Real comfort food..
Whole Grain Pancake & Sausage Patties with Sweet Potatoes and Cinnamon Apples
Fluffy pancakes and Sausage for a classic breakfast.
Chicken Marsala With Rice & Peas & Carrots
Tender boneless chicken in a mild marsala sauce with fresh-tasting vegetables.
Cod with Miso Ginger, Black Beans & Rice with Peas & Carrots
Asian flavors, with fresh cod.
Shrimp & Vegetable Linguine
A light Italian sauce covers linguini pasta, with luscious shrimp & fresh vegetables studded throughout.
Beef Stew, Carrots & Mashed Potatoes
Our popular Beef Stew, served with Carrots & Mashed Potatoes
Cracked Pepper Egg Patties with Sweet Potatoes and Asparagus
A hearty breakfast or light lunch, eggs are always a favorite.
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 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.
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