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LOOKING for: end stage renal disease dialysis patients

Posted by gran2oo (My Page) on
Mon, May 27, 02 at 10:50

I am in need of recipes w/o tomatoes and tomato sauce. No potatoes, no milk lots of no nos. Reipes must be low in phosphous (I should have looked up how to spell) LOL. And also low in potassium. Any help would be appreciated.

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RE: LOOKING for: end stage renal disease dialysis patients

I think you should ask the nephrologist for a referral to a dietician or call the staff at the dialysis unit for names of a dietician.
I found a website that may help.

Here is a link that might be useful: Resource for dietary info for ESRD

RE: LOOKING for: end stage renal disease dialysis patients

This is for gran2oo. You can occasionaly use potatoes provided you chop and soak them for 6-8 hours and disgard water afterward. Then you can prepare them anyway you like.
My mother recently started dialysis due to kidney failure as a result of her diabetes. I have also moved her in with me to take care of her. So I am faced with the challenge of preparing special meals. I just focus on all the things she CAN eat and that's it! I replace the tomatoes with the small green tomatillos and I also use red or green hot sauces choosing the labels with the least amount of salt. Good luck!

RE: LOOKING for: end stage renal disease dialysis patients

I have worked in a Dialysis unit for the last 22yrs and they have very well informed dieticians that are there for the patients. Try to see them on a regular basis ans are readt to talk to them if we feel it'd needed or the patient asks for it.

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