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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 26,690
4/13/12 7:23 P

Do contact a renal (kidney) Registered Dietitian for meal planning. You will get a meal plan that indicates how many servings of each food group you should have at each meal to fit your nutrition needs for the day. This dietitian will also be able to assit with your sodium, potassium, phosphorus issues as well (if needed). I also will share the Davita web site---which is a great renal resource.

www.davita.com/

Hope this helps--
SP Registered Dietitian Becky

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4/13/12 6:58 P

Looking for some low protein meal suggestions. Due to kidney disease I am very limited to the amount of protein I can have...I am supposed to keep it under 50 grams a day which is very hard almost everything has protein in it.. I am sure I am not the only one out there who is limited so any suggestions are welcome.

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