Posts Tagged "renal failure diet"

Renal Diet Headquarters Podcast 035 – Using Herbs and Spices To Improve Flavor in a Renal Diet

Podcast #35 Released on August 20, 2014      

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food safetyI have deemed this month as a month to talk about healthy meals at home and using herbs and spices in your cooking – instead of adding salt. 

Last week we talked about cleaning out your kitchen or pantry to make room for healthier foods and improved grocery lists.

And this week we are talking about using herbs and spices when cooking. What types of spices should you use? It’s important to do some good review of what you have and toss out the ones that are over a year old, and decide what to use in the future.  Spices are not good forever!

So, lets get started. You need some help deciding what to make and what spices to buy – look no further!  Listen on!

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I am going to the AAKP national meeting – learn more at www.renaldiethq.com/go/aakpmeeting2014

I would love to meet you and I will be available to talk to you and I will have a few books for sale, I will even be doing a book signing hour!

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Renal Diet Headquarters Podcast 034 – What To Keep In Your Kitchen Cupboard And Making Good Snacks

Podcast #34 Released on August 13, 2014      

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food safetyI have deemed this month as a month to talk about healthy meals at home and using herbs and spices in your cooking – instead of adding salt. 

Last week we talked about making healthier meals at home and creating a good grocery list. That way you have healthier foods to start with. We also talked about making a casserole from scratch and how that can be a great fall back meal for you.

And this week we are talking about cleaning out your kitchen or pantry cupboards. What types of foods should you keep and for how long? It’s important to do some good spring or fall cleaning and make sure you aren’t keeping food past it’s prime. I’m also going to talk about making good snacks to take along with you to dialysis or other trips.

So, lets get started. Have you looked at the foods in your cupboard and thought – I wonder when I got that? Or taken out the pudding package and looked at the date only to realize it was a couple of years ago.. That’s NEVER happened to me. Ok, the pudding maybe. Well, I’m going to go over some main foods to look at and how long to keep them.

Now, onto making good snacks to take along with you. Now remember, if you take something that needs to be kept refrigerated, please use a cooler. They make it easy to carry along items. I’m going to go over some quick and easy ways to make nutritious foods to take along.

I am going to the AAKP national meeting – learn more at www.renaldiethq.com/go/aakpmeeting2014

I would love to meet you and I will be available to talk to you and I will have a few books for sale, I will even be doing a book signing hour!

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Renal Diet Headquarters Podcast 033 – Grocery List for Renal Diets And Making Casseroles At Home

Podcast #33 Released on August 11, 2014      

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food safetyI have deemed this month as a month to talk about healthy meals at home and using herbs and spices in your cooking – instead of adding salt. This week we are talking about a general grocery list and how to make a casserole from the things you have in your cabinet. I also will link to a post I did in the past about creating your own casserole recipe – it’s been very popular.

I found out this week that I will be speaking at lunch at the AAKP conference about “Dining Out with Dialysis”, so if you can’t join us there in Las Vegas at the end of September, I will be sure to bring that information to the podcast. I also will have a dialysis cookbook ready the first of September so people can buy that at the conference and get a copy signed by me if you are there.

#1 – I am going to the AAKP national meeting – learn more at www.renaldiethq.com/go/aakpmeeting2014

I would love to meet you and I will be available to talk to you and I will have a few books for sale, I will even be doing a book signing hour!

Next up – making a grocery list of things that you can have and things that you should avoid.  While there is no one size fits all solution for people, some foods should be minimized because of the amount of salt or protein they contain.  This week I want to talk about a general grocery list to make sure you have these items in your cupboards and it will help you to make a meal at the last minute if you need to.

Onto the casserole, lets walk through the information on how to make a casserole.  Here is my make your own casserole recipe: Make your own renal casserole recipe.

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Renal Diet Headquarters Podcast 032 – AAKP National Meeting and Farmers Markets Have an Abundance Of Great Things

Podcasfood safetyt #32 Released on July 31, 2014      

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This week we discuss our plans for the summer picnics and how to make some simple yet yummy foods to take with you.  Also, some hints on keeping food safe and healthy when you travel.  And how your salad dressings can be made with some simple ingredients.  

Picnics and Food Safety is the theme for the month, and I want you to send in your questions about it.  I am going to spend time talking about how to do those so you are healthier.

#1 – I am going to the AAKP national meeting – learn more at www.renaldiethq.com/go/aakpmeeting2014

Meet me and have some great learning experiences.  I will have books for sale and a chance to have me sign your book.  I also am planning to do a lunch experts table about a topic yet to be determined.  Looking forward to meeting you if you go, otherwise, I will review the information from the meeting on this podcast.

RDHQ 032 Transcript

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Renal Diet Headquarters Podcast 031 – Home Food Safety Myths and Facts for People with Chronic Kidney Disease

Podcasfood safetyt #31 Released on July 30, 2014      

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This week we discuss our plans for the summer picnics and how to make some simple yet yummy foods to take with you.  Also, some hints on keeping food safe and healthy when you travel. 

Picnics and Food Safety is the theme for the month, and I want you to send in your questions about it.  I am going to spend time talking about how to do those so you are healthier.

#1 – Let’s talk about the top 6 food safety myths that might be making you sick.  You might already know one or two, but these are some that people are not aware of most of the time.  Learn what you should do in and out of the kitchen to stay healthy and safe for your family.  Talk about ways to stay safe in the kitchen.  

RDHQ 031 Transcript

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