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Relying solely on recipes for CKD eating can be risky!

June 13, 20243 min read

🚫 Relying solely on recipes for CKD eating can be risky!

"Kidney-Friendly" Recipes are unlikely to match your specific nutritional needs, and you may not even be aware of it. 😳

Let's say you find a recipe for a delicious-sounding pasta dish. However, it may be high in potassium due to ingredients like tomatoes or high-phosphorus due to cheese. Without knowing how to modify the recipe or adjust your other meals, you could easily exceed your daily limits without realizing it.😞

Similarly, a recipe for a healthy smoothie might seem like a nutritious choice. But if it includes ingredients like bananas or spinach, both high in potassium, it could actually be detrimental to your kidney health if consumed regularly and in large quantities.😕

Without the knowledge to assess recipes for their suitability and without understanding your specific nutritional needs, you're essentially playing a guessing game with your health.🎲

This is one of the top traps people instantly fall into.☠️

Most recipes out there aren't tailored to the restrictions needed for managing all stages of kidney disease. They often don't even cover the full range of stage 3 CKD!

It's like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole.🛑 Yet, many people are relying on these recipes without realizing they might not fit their dietary limitations.

Potassium, sodium, phosphorus, protein, carbohydrates, and even fluids could be way off the mark in these recipes. This mismatch can lead to progression ⚰️or other health problems. Without careful and accurate consideration of your restrictions, you might inadvertently consume foods that can worsen your condition. It's a common issue that I see happening all the freaking time.

Those (and there are many) that have fallen into this trap finally come to me, beaten, confused, and scared as hell cos they thought they were doing things right and found they weren’t.😥

  • Over consuming those nutrients is going to cause progression.

  • Under consuming those nutrients is going to lead to other health issues.

Those “kidney-friendly” recipes will ONLY work for you if you make some adjustments to them, so they provide you with the right amount of nutrients that YOU need.

Think of those recipes as suggestions; they are not something to rely on.

To avoid these risks, it's important for you to have a personalized meal plan that meets your specific nutritional needs. This plan can ensure that you are consuming the right balance of nutrients while also maximizing your nutrition. By prioritizing your health and working with me, you can better manage your condition and greatly improve your chances of slowing or stopping that progression.

Each person's kidney health is unique, and blindly following recipes is a great risk to take.

That's why my approach goes beyond recipes. I teach you to understand your dietary restrictions and create meals that are not only safe for your kidneys but also tasty and enjoyable. 🍲 Learn to tailor your meals for optimal safety, health and flavor!

Click the Pic to Watch The Recipe Reliance Trap Video.

Puhleeeez do NOT get caught in it!

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