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Do you suffer from kidney problems and want a solution that doesn't involve medication?Could your diet be the key to solving the problem?This book bundle provides the answers, all in one place! Suffering from renal problems is quite common throughout the world and for many, it can be a long and uncomfortable process as they try to come to terms with it and find a remedy. For many, it means endless medication and for some surgery is the only option. But for a growing number of people, their diet is the simplest solution and one that can often make the biggest impact. In this book bundle, Renal Diet 2 in 1 (Renal Diet + Renal Diet Cookbook), you get 2 great books that will help to guide you in the right direction when it comes to losing weight and staying healthy, with chapters on: The symptoms and causes of kidney disease The benefits of a renal diet The top 10 foods to eat for maximum kidney health A meal plan to get you started The reasons some diets don't work A range of recipes for breakfasts, lunches and dinners A 21-day diet plan Getting used to a low-salt diet 100 healthy recipes And more... Losing weight can often be the biggest factor when it comes to improving our health but eating the right kind of foods is also vitally important and no more so than when we are talking about the kidneys. But with this book bundle, you have everything you need to get started with the perfect diet that will maintain your health for longer. Scroll back up to the top of this page and hit BUY IT NOW to get your copy of Renal Diet 2 in 1!
Learn How You Can Effectively Manage Kidney Failure And Improve Your Kidney Function With The Renal Diet. Behind Door 1: dialysis. Behind Door 2: kidney transplant-if you can find a compatible donor. Behind Door 3: improved health. Which do you choose? If you are having problems with your kidneys, you're in good company: Kidney disease affects 10 percent of people worldwide, but that percentage increases as we age. Dialysis ties you to a machine for hours every week; a transplant requires surgery, recovery, antirejection drugs, and the gift of someone else's kidney ... not to mention that surgery always carries risk and poor health is expensive. If you feel discouraged and limited by a diagnosis of renal failure, or you're worried about a strong family history of kidney disease, don't despair: a sensible, healthy diet can prevent or treat kidney failure. The best news: your diet is something you can control. If you want to try low-cost, easy, and convenient Door 3, The Renal Diet Cookbook gives you a toolbox of dietary options to help you manage kidney function. Author Carmen Howard takes the complexities out of scientific research by breaking down the process into easy steps. She shows you how to create a delicious and easy-to-follow daily meal plan that includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and desserts. On-the-go choices will make it easier to fit the diet into any lifestyle. And there's ice cream! The Renal Diet Cookbook covers these and other topics: Early signs of kidney disease How kidneys work Link between diet and kidney health Best foods for a renal diet Three tips for slowing kidney disease Key changes to start the diet Juices and drinks for detoxifying Recipes for snacks and every meal What you eat today determines how well you live and function tomorrow. You can choose a better life, despite the challenges of renal failure. However, you need to take action as soon as possible to give you the best opportunity to live life to the fullest. The Renal Diet Cookbook is your partner in making the change. Begin now, with The Renal Diet Plan, and get more than recipes. Get life insurance.
★Would you like to eat healthy to avoid kidney disease?★ ★Do you want to change your diet to improve your renal function?★★Don't you know what eat to keep down the sodium and potassium in your diet?★ Just keep reading and you will find out all you need! People with compromised kidney function must adhere to a renal or kidney diet to cut down on the amount of waste in their blood. Wastes in the blood come from food and liquids that are consumed. When kidney function is compromised, the kidneys not filter or remove waste properly. If waste is left in the blood, it can negatively affect a patient's electrolyte levels. A renal diet is one that is low in sodium, phosphorous, and protein. A renal diet also emphasizes the importance of consuming high-quality protein and usually limiting fluids. Following a kidney diet may also help promote kidney function and slow the progression of complete kidney failure. You need to have a kidney-friendly meal plan when you have chronic kidney disease (CKD). Here's what you'll learn from this bundle: What is Kidney disease? The history of renal diet What are the causes of kidney disease? How to slow kidney disease The benefits of renal diet What to eat and what to avoid in renal diet The connection between kidney disease and diet Best advice to avoid dialysis A 30-days meal plan to avoid dialysis Answers to frequently asked questions ... AND MORE! + 200 HEALTHY RECIPES: Breakfast recipes Soups Salads Vegetables mains Seafood means Kitchen staples Poultry and Meat mains Snacks and sides Desserts If you have kidney disease, reducing your potassium, phosphorus and sodium intake can be an important aspect of managing the disease. Following a renal diet can seem daunting and a bit restrictive at times. However, working with your healthcare provider and a renal dietitian can help you design a renal diet specific to your individual needs. Use this bundle to find out if you're a part of a risk group to develop kidney issues, but also to learn how to take steps to improve your condition. So, what are you waiting for? Don't lose time anymore! Scroll the page and press the buy button to start as soon as possible!
Need To Cook For Pre-Dialysis Kidney Disease? Yes, there is a difference between renal diets. If you are NOT on dialysis, this is for you! Created by a veteran Registered Dietitian, "The Kidney Friendly Diet Cookbook: Recipes For A Predialysis Kidney Disease Lifestyle" has all the necessary tools in a ckd cookbook that you need for low sodium, low phosphorus and low potassium recipes based on your predialysis kidney disease. Need To Understand The Restrictions? Predialysis kidney disease patients have different restrictions than those of dialysis patients. This chronic kidney disease cookbook focuses on those with predialysis kidney disease and provides nutritional information for every recipe. Need To Restrict Certain Minerals like potassium and sodium? If your medical professional has you restricting protein, sodium or maybe even potassium then this chronic kidney disease cookbook will allow you to properly select the recipes that apply more closely to yourrestrictions. The days of the generic "renal" cookbook are over. As a predialysis patient you need more targeted recipes and nutritional information so more informed choices can be made and you can "create your own kidney diet meal plan" for predialysis based on the foods you like and the needs you have. Food categories include: Breakfast Beef Pork Poultry Seafood Vegetarian Salads Soups Side Dishes Desserts Also included is an alphabetical index of all recipes. It is time to add this ckd cookbook to your tool kit! This cookbook certainly will give you the choices that you have been searching for.
Kidneys are fist-sized organs that are found on either side of the spine at the end of the rib cage. Their primary function is to remove toxins from the body, including waste products, impurities in the blood, and excess water. These toxins are stored in the bladder and are flushed out of the body during urination. The kidneys also help regulate the levels of potassium, sodium, and salt. They produce a hormone that can monitor blood pressure and control the production of red blood cells. They even promote the production of a type of vitamin D that helps the body absorb calcium. Thus, the kidneys play a crucial role in our bodies and their proper functioning is a must for healthy living.However, due to lifestyle changes and chronic diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes, and more, the kidneys can get compromised. In fact, in America, about 26 million adults are affected by kidney disease and, hence, suffer problems like weak bones, malnutrition, and nerve damage. If proper care is not taken, the kidneys can stop functioning altogether, requiring people to go in for dialysis, which essentially means filtering and purifying the blood using a machine. Thus, a strict diet is necessary. A good renal diet has less protein, sodium, and phosphorous and limits fluid intake. In addition, the renal diet focuses on the best form of protein. For some patients, even calcium and potassium intake need to be limited. Because every individual's body is different, the renal diet is usually customized. Renal diet advice is based on many factors such as the stage of renal disease, the medical treatment being given, the presence of other medical issues, and laboratory results.This renal diet cookbook for beginners will guide you on:1.What Is Kidney Disease?2.What Are the Causes of Kidney Disease?3.Renal Diet and Its Benefits4.What to Eat and What to Avoid on the Renal Diet5.Answers to Frequently Asked Questions 6.Renal Diet Cookbook: Breakfast Recipes7.Renal Diet Cookbook: Lunch Recipes8.Renal Diet Cookbook: Dinner Recipes
Have you been diagnosed with a kidney problem? Or just worried about your kidney and you want to avoid dialysis or getting a kidney transplant. The Renal diet is one that is low in protein, sodium and phosphorous. This book provides patients with information to have a better understanding of the overall function of the kidney, various causes and treatment of kidney disease or failure, with essential nutrition guide to manage and improve kidney disease plus diet information such as dairy choice with phosphorus, sodium, fruit with low potassium and many more. Featuring in this Kidney disease cookbook: An over view of kidney disease Some of the factors that cause Kidney Disease Early Symptoms of kidney disease The right way of eating for chronic kidney disease Top food choices with their sodium, phosphorus and potassium contents for a kidney diet Helpful nutritional facts for discovering a diet that works for you More than 100 delicious and healthy recipes to meet your nutritional needs This cookbook stress the importance of sticking to a strict diet plan to keep your kidney functioning properly. Good nutrition advice from an expert for, renal diet, renal failure, kidney disease diet, renal diet plan etc. Make a commitment today, it’s your right to live healthy. Don’t scroll without buying a copy.
The kidneys are essential organs that filter up to 47.56 gallons of blood on a daily basis, getting rid of waste and excess fluid. If your kidneys get compromised, several other dependent organs can become affected. Keeping the kidney healthy is essential to your body's general well being, good health and long life. This book addresses kidney diseases; with proven and efficient steps to control and adequately tackle the kidney disease menace with basic lifestyle adjustments, such as: exercising regularly and eating your way to good health, a better life and longevity. This book offers 100 easy to make, efficient and delicious low sodium, low phosphorus, low potassium recipes that will reduce the strain on your kidneys and help you achieve better health and long life. For easier reading, the recipes have been categorized into sub-categories, such as: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Pork Recipes, Chicken & Turkey Recipes, Salad Recipes, Snacks & Nibbles, Seafood, Kitchen Staples & Sauces, Beverages, Desserts and more. Each recipe contained in this cookbook provides you with kidney-friendly meals, with precise nutritional information (with exact amount of calories, carbs, protein, fiber, fat, sodium, phosphorus and potassium) and servings.