Since my husband was diagnosed with “chronic renal failure”, I’ve been making kidney disease recipes. I’m ashamed to say… the kidney disease recipe is my original. All recipes for kidney diseases with a small number of items before payday are also posted. I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to the guidance of my primary care doctor and nutritionist.
I will also share recipes for kidney disease/pre-payment menus.
I have been managing my husband’s nutrition for over 10 years. My husband has been going to the doctor since before he was diagnosed with chronic renal failure. Currently, I am conscious of high-protein, low-salt, low-potassium, and high-calcium for nutritional management for kidney disease.
Before payday, I make it with ingredients left in the refrigerator. Therefore, sometimes I can’t use the kind of ingredients that I’m satisfied with. However, even if I’m short of money, I try to make kidney disease recipes with high protein, low salt, low potassium, and plenty of calcium as much as possible.
Nutrition Management Points and Cooking Tips/Recipes for Kidney Disease
I received guidance from a nutritionist when starting nutritional management for chronic renal failure at home. Nutritional ingredients are based on the standard amount of adult men in their 30s, and have been incorporated into individual treatments.
- Protein…20g per meal
- Recommended salt intake: 5.5g per day
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- limit potassium intake
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- To prevent complications of heart failure, drink around 1.5L of water per day
- Make a conscious effort to consume more calcium
Chihiro’s diet for kidney disease
A nutritionist has instructed me to start a diet for chronic renal failure at home. The ingredients are based on the recommended daily intake for an adult male in his late 30s, and nutritional guidance is given according to my husband’s medical condition.
- Estimated intake of protein for husband is 20g per meal
- Estimated daily intake of salt is 5.5g (review of seasonings and cooking methods used)
- Refrain from potassium intake (review of ingredients and cooking methods used)
- To prevent complications of heart failure, the daily water content is around 1.5L (review of menu)
In the end, everyone is the same. That’s why “I want to grow together”.
Unfortunately, kidney function does not improve. This is the same for homes with pets. All animals are the same. Which will eventually become obsolete. That’s why “our family wants to grow together”.
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Kidney diet recipes also provide nutrients for 1 adult.
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How to choose ingredients and foods that are useful for menus for chronic kidney disease
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Cooking methods for families with chronic kidney disease (chronic renal failure)
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Seasonings that help nutritional management of chronic kidney disease (chronic renal failure) and usage according to symptoms
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