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Herbs and Fish

HERBS AND FISH

Fatty fish like salmon, tuna, and other cold-water species are packed with omega fatty acids. Omega fatty acid is a nutrient that plays a role in managing the fat levels in the blood, thereby contributing to maintaining low blood pressure. As this nutrient is not produced in the body it is important to include natural sources of this nutrient in our diet.

Additionally, herbs like thyme, sage, parsley and rosemary are good to use when preparing the fish. 

Consult your doctor or renal dietician regarding the suitable meal portion size for your body for your optimum intake of nutrients.

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Sweet and Sour Chicken

SWEET AND SOUR CHICKEN

If prepared with low-sodium and salt ingredients, Sweet & Sour chicken can be a good meal option for dialysis patients. As chicken is a good source of protein, this dish can be prepared with vegetables and fit nicely within the dietary requirements of the dialysis patient.

Consult your doctor or renal dietician regarding the suitable meal portion size for your body to have the recommended level of nutrients.

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Meat Loaf and Veggies

MEATLOAF AND VEGGIES

Meatloaf with a side of veggies sounds like a delicious dinner plan, but with red meat for dialysis patients care must be taken to control portion sizes. Even though as meat is a good source of high-quality protein, it’s important to balance a nutritious meaty meal with a larger portion of vegetables when compared to the meatloaf.

Consult your doctor or renal dietician regarding the suitable meal portion size for your body to have the recommended level of nutrients.

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Scampi Linguini

SCAMPI LINGUINE

Shellfishes are a good source of protein for patients on a renal diet and it is always recommended to avoid canned and smoked fishes as they probably have a high sodium content. Prepare creamy scampi linguine for a delicious dinner, where you can also add bell peppers for more flavor.

Consult your doctor or renal dietician regarding a suitable meal portion size for your body to have the recommended level of nutrients.

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Onion Smothered Steak

ONION SMOTHERED STEAK

Onions are a great ingredient for providing sodium-free flavor to renal diet dishes. Slow cook a finely sliced onion until it’s caramelized and smother your steak for a delicious low-sodium dinner option for dialysis patients. Take care to limit the size of your meat cut as red-meat is already high in phosphorous.  

Consult your doctor or renal dietician regarding the suitable meal portion size for your body to have the recommended level of nutrients.

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Roasted Chicken

ROASTED CHICKEN

A great idea for preparing family meals, simply slice a nice cut of the white meat for the patient and enjoy the full bird as a family. Chicken is a great source of high-quality protein that is low in phosphorous for renal patients. Oven-bake a chicken roast cooked with herbs like fresh thyme or rosemary to add a great flavour to the roast without compromising on nutritional value for a dialysis patient. Vegetables can also be roasted along with the chicken for a more balanced meal.

Consult your doctor or renal dietician regarding the suitable meal portion size for your body to have the recommended level of nutrients