What are some foods that boost calories but are low in sodium, potassium and phosphorus?
Some calorie boosters include: butter mints cranberry juice cranberry sauce frosting fruit roll-ups hard candy honey jam or jelly jelly beans marshmallows pancake syrup regular…Continue Reading »
How much fluid can a person with chronic kidney disease on peritoneal dialysis (PD) consume?
Generally, peritoneal dialysis patients begin with a fluid restriction of 64 ounces or 2000 ml (2 liters) each day. This amount is then adjusted up…Continue Reading »
Menu suggestions for a dialysis diet summertime lunch
Looking for a refreshing lunch for a warm summer day? Try one of these low sodium, low potassium, low phosphorus menus: #1 A scoop of chilled…Continue Reading »
Fluid calculation tips for dialysis patients following a fluid restriction
Following a dialysis diet fluid restriction is easier if a person has a plan to keep up with the amount of liquids consumed each day….Continue Reading »
Dairy Delicious: Milk and Cheese Products for Kidney Patients
Looking for another alternative to milk and cheese for your renal diet? A company from New York, Delicious Milk Company, Inc., has engineered Dairy Delicious…Continue Reading »
Could a kidney patient double up on a multivitamin instead of taking renal vitamins?
Multivitamins or standard over-the-counter supplements are not suggested for dialysis patients as a replacement for renal vitamins for several reasons: Patients with kidney failure require…Continue Reading »
How much fluid can a person with chronic kidney disease on hemodialysis drink?
Fluid intake for hemodialysis patients is limited between dialysis treatments since the kidneys lose the ability to make urine and remove excess fluid from the…Continue Reading »