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Pre Dialysis Diet Meal Plan
Are You Having Symptoms Of Kidney Failure?
Or Is There A Member Of Your Family That You Have To Care For That Has Renal Disease?
You may not know what to do, and it’s understandable to be concerned, but it doesn’t have to be a problem.
It really hit home for me when I got in the back of a taxi cab and I was riding from the airport to my hotel for a conference.
The interaction went something like this:
Him: “What are you in town for?”
Me: “I am going to a conference at the Marriott for Registered Dietitians”
Him: “Oh, you dietitians don’t know anything. You don’t understand that white bread is just like sugar. And you don’t care about what I have to do to eat healthy in my job. You have your plans, your charts, and your fake foods but you don’t even listen to what we say. You don’t understand that I can’t always eat perfect and I need to know how to make choices in a lot of situations”
Me: “Umm, Okay.”
I was stunned, as I did not even know this person but he obviously felt I was part of a group of people who have not been helpful to him!
I had an Aha! moment, medical professionals really do make it hard for people to control their diet while living in the real world and trying to get by in day to day life. A taxi driver can’t just stop and eat lunch and have all the right foods. He has to have choices to make a better plan. It’s important to help people find a meal plan that fits around real life and time constraints – he can’t eat regular meals, he has strange hours and must eat on the run.
Having, or caring for someone who has stage 1 or stage 3 kidney disease, or starting to have kidney failure and the doctor says – “Follow a low protein and low salt diet”. However, they very seldom explain to you how to do that. You are not alone, and other people have found a way past this difficult time. They have found a way to control their diet with a limited amount of protein yet still be satisfied.
Simple rules like – Stop eating red meat or eat more vegetables are nice guidelines but not really clear enough to follow for a long time. After I got read the riot act by the taxi driver, I knew I had to make this plan that would help you and your family to eat better and follow what was needed to do to get meals and eating under control.
Designed as a pre-dialysis meal plan for real people living in the REAL WORLD who need the flexibility of being able to adjust to their circumstances on a daily basis. This plan meets the “guidelines” to make it a renal or kidney diet, but it does not limit you to only certain foods.
Designed specifically for you, this preset weekly menu and meal plan will meet your needs to control your protein intake and feel full all day!
We understand and have created the renal pre-dialysis diet meal plans to meet your need for a variety of foods, shopping lists, nutritional information, and diet compliance! We have meal patterns for the entire day – and lists of choices for breakfast, lunch and snacks. Then we have preset weekly dinner recipes that are new every week, and every day…
Here is what just one satisfied member has said…..
By following a renal pre-dialysis diet menu, you can make your doctor happy (and your family too!) and help meet your medical care goals – which should mean less complications and medications in the long run.
It will save you time – it will give you the items you need to eat to succeed at controlling your blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine.
- Meal Patterns For Your Entire Day in 3 Different Calorie Levels – 1,500 calories or 2,000 calories or 3,000 calories
- Breakfast Meal Pattern – Portions and Choices To Build Your Meal Easily and Quickly
- Lunch Meal Pattern – A Complete Meal Listing And Options To Make A Tasty Meal You Want
- Snack Listing – Choices To Keep You Full All Day Between Meals
- Low Potassium Food Grocery List to Expand Your Options With Meals
- High Potassium Foods Grocery List- Items To Choose Less Often To Improve Your Kidney Health-Foods to Avoid
- 7 Dinner Meals And Recipes New Every Week!
- Recipes For The Entrees and Side Dishes For The Dinner Meals (A complete meal every day!)
- A Variety of Entrees – Beef, Fish, Chicken, Turkey, Pork and Vegetarian
- Nutritional Information For Meals Including – calories, protein, carbohydrate, potassium, phosphorus, sodium and more!
- Grocery List For The Week of Meals By Section Of The Grocery Store – Easy to Use By You Or Someone Who Shops For You!
- Grocery List By Meal – When You Just Want To Make A Few Of The Meals – Easy To Gather The Ingredients For Your Meal Quickly
- No More Boring Meals Or Worries About What To Eat – You Have Choices and Your Time Back!
What Do The Meal Plans And Recipes Look Like You Will Get?
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How do you know what to eat for breakfast, snacks and lunches? You get a meal pattern that gives you the flexibility of choosing from the different food types (fruits for example) and create your meals for the day. Add those items to the shopping list, and you are ready for the week.
You won’t be bored, we have new recipes every week and a variety of meals – beef, chicken, turkey, vegetarian and fish.
It is done for you but it is done in a way to help you succeed – not the way that works for me – you get to make it into the way it works for you to CONTROL YOUR PRE-DIALYSIS KIDNEY DIET. Even if you are caring for a family member, this can work for meals for everyone – which makes it very easy.
Wow, you might get some time back in your day to relax… Best of all, it’s not convenience foods that are the wrong things for your health – these are recipes that will make you healthier and keep you feeling great – as a FAMILY. Not just special foods for one person, but food your entire family can eat these meals with you.
If you want to know specifics, this plan gives you (at each meal – which includes the entree and side dish(es)) a meal that contains less than 750 calories for the evening meal, less than 21 gm of protein, and less than 675 mg sodium and 750 mg Potassium. This provides the established appropriate amount for a renal pre-dialysis diet to eat. It follows the nationally recognized standards for your needs, and is what your doctor wants you to do!
Information on the meal plan is shown by recipe, and each grouping meets the restrictions for your renal pre-dialysis diet meal plan you need to allow you to follow a low protein diet.
When you get your meal plan every week, you also get an itemized grocery list for the meal plan which means you save gas from less trips to the grocery store because you have a list/plan to follow. You also do not have to read all the labels and try to figure out right there in the store if something is OK for your diet – you save time.
Our plans also include a pattern for the entire day with amounts of foods to eat in different categories, broken down into meals. In addition, to complete the plan – you get a sheet with your breakfast and lunch meals that have suggested amounts and foods that fit into the different categories.
It’s as simple as adding the meal together using the sheet and you are always ready to eat and keep your diet in check!
The shopping/grocery lists are easy for you to take to the store, or just give to someone to shop for you. Cross out what you don’t need and you have dinners for a week. The only things you have to add are the items you plan to eat for breakfast, snacks, and lunches. Two grocery lists are provided, for each week. One is arranged by store location and one is done by meal. The first will allow you to shop for all 7 meals for the week and the second will give you the flexibility to choose just the meals you like and shop for those meals only.
RESULTS ORIENTED..Here is what ANOTHER satisfied member has said…..
THE MEAL PLANS ARE NOT IT!
MONTHLY BONUS FOR MEMBERS ONLY
RENAL DIET HQ IQ EDUCATIONAL SERIES
EXCLUSIVELY FOR ALL MEMBERS
OF OUR MONTHLY PROGRAM
Each month you are a member of our monthly meal plan program you will receive the next module in my series of RENAL DIET HQ IQ. This is a great series of educational modules created from input of people just like you with the series created from a recent survey of visitors and what they voted as most important topics to pre-dialysis sufferers.
Here is the list in order by month of membership:
IQ MODULE MONTH 1–Learning How To Eat A Pre-Dialysis Kidney Diet – Calories, Carbohydrates, Protein and Fat
What Is The Purpose Of The Diet?
What Are The Limitations For My Kidney Condition?
Macro Nutrients-What You Need To Know
The Differences In Pre-dialysis And Dialysis Diets
How Do I Eat More Calories & Less Protein?
Lose Weight Or Gain Weight, Tips For Success
IQ MODULE MONTH 2–DIET PART2-Learning How To Eat A Pre-Dialysis Kidney Diet – Sodium, Potassium, and Phosphorus
Fluid Intake-What Is that?
The Ins and Outs Of Salt
How Potassium & Phosphorus Can Work Against You
Eliminating Only What You Absolutely Have To!
IQ MODULE MONTH 3-EATING OUT-Eating Out On A Kidney Diet
Learn How To Sweet Talk The Chef
Fast Foods In Today’s Society
The Best And Worst Meals When You’re Eating Out
IQ MODULE MONTH 4-LABS-Labs And Medical Terminology – Understanding Them
This Is All Too Much? Simplify & Understand
What Labs You Need To Ask Your Doctor About
Common Labs You Doctor May Not Be Doing
IQ MODULE MONTH 5-TREATMENT-Treatment Options For Kidney Disease
Do You Have To Be On Dialysis?
Avoid Dialysis & Why?
What If’s Of Dialysis
How Soon Should You Start Preparing?
Types Of Dialysis-What Is Best For You
IQ MODULE MONTH 6-IQ EATING-Mindful Eating
Details Of How To Eat With A Purpose
Curbing Thirst & Fluid Management
5 tips For Controlling Your Eating
Eat More Of What Your Body Is Craving & Less Of What It Doesn’t Need
IQ MODULE MONTH 7-EMOTIONS-Coping Emotionally With Kidney Disease
Initial Shock- Keeping It Together
1st Year Plan-Simple Tips To Lower Stress
Love Yourself & Conquer
Caregivers Guide To Taking Of Care Of You & Themselves
IQ MODULE MONTH 8-HEART-Heart Health and Blood Pressure
What Is Cardiac Disease?
Blood Pressure Ranges, Concerns & Monitors
6 Tips To Heart Health With CKD
How To Reduce Your Risk Of A Heart Attack By 33%
IQ MODULE MONTH 9-EXERCISING-Exercising On A Kidney Diet
Am I Doing To Much?
Why To Exercise With Kidney Disease
What Benefits Exercise Gives You-Even If You Are In A Wheel Chair
IQ MODULE MONTH 10-OPTIONS-Alternative Treatments
Hazards Of Kidney Disease
Marginal Practices Outside the United States
Herbs, Vitamins & Minerals That Can Damage Your Kidneys Further
IQ MODULE MONTH 11-ANEMIA-Anemia and Albumin
Why Am I So Tired?
Nutrients That Are Important To Watch?
Medications Your Doctor Might Give You And What To Ask For If They Don’t
IQ MODULE MONTH 12-YOU-Your Emotional and Sexual Health
Male vs. Female
Image & Desire-Overcoming The Caregiver/Patient Relationship Pitfalls
Depression-Why You Don’t Care
What To Do For Yourself To Improve Your Emotional Health
TAKE BACK CONTROL OF YOUR LIFE AND YOUR HEALTH NOW WITH THIS INCREDIBLE PACKAGE OFFER
With each passing month you become more independent with your health and by following the meal plans and educating yourself your will begin to feel better both physically and emotionally.
This all encompassing program is an unbelievable value and please get started now. Why not? It’s your best resource to improved kidney health!! Best wishes to your great success
How Do I Receive My Pre-Dialysis Meal Plan and 1st IQ Module?
- Upon Joining Your Pre-dialysis Meal Plan Family You Will Receive Two Emails To Your Specified Email Address
- In One You Will Be Prompted To Access Our Membership Site With Your Receipt Number & Email Address
- Once Access Has Been Established Your Meal Plans Will Be Accessible For Download & Printing
- In The Other Email You Will Be Asked For Permission To Communicate, Which Will Allow Us To Email You Reminders and Updates
- Then Just Enjoy, Learn and Follow The Plan
Yes, I want to make my life easier now!
You know that this is important to your health because you have done the research and understand that not following a meal plan that is specially designed for your condition is detrimental!
I understand that it seems like an overwhelming task just to plan your meals – NO MORE!
If you don’t sign up, you will go back to struggling every day and wondering if what you are eating is the right thing for you.
You may even progress to Stage 3 or 4 or even dialysis much more quickly than if you did not follow a well planned renal diet.
You don’t want to continue to spin your wheels and not move in the right direction to have a better quality of life, do you?
I certainly don’t want you to!
Looking forward to your success,
P. S. If you could do one thing to make your days a little easier and your health better in the same actions, this would be it! You can save time by having well designed meals laid out for you, grocery lists that include all the things that you need (in case someone else does the shopping), and a whole lot of peace of mind that you are on the right path to healing your kidneys… Get the pre-dialysis diet meal plans and get started now!
Mathea, I’m Not Interested In The Monthly Plan, But I AM Interested In Your Program To Improve My Kidney Health Now – Do You Have A One Time Purchase?
YES! We have a ONE TIME PURCHASE option for you – For $47, you can get 8 weeks of dinner meals, meal patterns for a 2,000 calorie or 3,000 calorie renal predialysis diet and a listing of the low potassium and high potassium foods. You get all the items from the monthly membership, except the educational series Renal Diet HQ IQ and you don’t have a recurring cost. Click on the “buy now with Paypal” button, and you can use your paypal account or a credit or debit card to purchase.