Get A Free 7 Day Meal Plan For Your Renal Diet!

Revitalize Your Diet, Reclaim Your Health - Kickstart your CKD diet with a week of tailored, tasty dinners

Are you ready to take the first step towards a healthier future by transforming your diet in a way that's both delicious and kidney-friendly?

With These Meals You Get

  1. Easy to follow recipes make your job easier and yummier
  2. Flavorful variety - Say goodbye to your bland diet and eat so slow the progression of CKD.
  3. Nutritional Information for each recipe so you can mix and match your meals
red plate with Pork Tenderloin Medallion Recipe on fork
Orange bowl with fork Asparagus Pasta recipe on brown table background.
Fresh healthy pear on white surface
Peas and Carrots in a bowl.
salmon omelette on fork showing salmon, onion and dill.

Here's the meals for the 7 Day Menu For A Renal Diet

  • Day 1
    • Baked Asparagus Omelet
    • Pear
    • Asparagus with Pasta
  • Day 2
    • Patty Melt with Onions
    • Roasted Asparagus
    • Red Grapes
  • Day 3
    • Chicken Cordon Bleu Lighter
    • Green Beans
    • Rice and Noodle Pilaf
  • Day 4
    • Bacon Wrapped Turkey Breast Tenderloins
    • Peas and Carrots
  • Day 5
    • Lemon Herb Cod Fillets
    • Roasted Parmesan Zucchini
    • Minute Rice
  • Day 6
    • Spicy Szechuan Beef Light
    • Steamed Carrots
    • Minute Rice
  • Day 7
    • Pork Tenderloin Medallions
    • Corn on the Cob

Recipes tailored for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) patients are different from regular recipes because they take into account the dietary restrictions required to manage kidney function. Key considerations include:

  1. Protein: CKD patients often need to control their protein intake. Excess protein can strain the kidneys, so recipes usually feature moderate portions of high-quality proteins (like eggs, poultry, and fish) while limiting red meat and processed meats. If a patient is on dialysis, protein intake may need to increase due to protein loss.
  2. Salt (Sodium): Reducing salt is crucial for controlling blood pressure and preventing fluid retention. Recipes should minimize salt by relying on herbs, spices, and salt-free seasonings instead.
  3. Potassium: In CKD, the kidneys struggle to balance potassium levels, and high potassium can cause heart issues. Recipes may include low-potassium vegetables (like cabbage and cauliflower) while avoiding high-potassium foods (like tomatoes, bananas, and potatoes). Leaching vegetables (soaking them before cooking) can also reduce potassium levels.
  4. Phosphorus: The kidneys also regulate phosphorus, so levels can become high, affecting bones and the heart. Recipes avoid high-phosphorus ingredients (like dairy, nuts, seeds, and dark colas) and incorporate alternatives like almond milk and low-phosphorus grains.

These adjustments ensure CKD patients receive balanced nutrition while protecting their kidney health.

  • You can make dinner tonight that is better than just Chicken and Rice
  • You get MEALS - so you have side dishes as well as entrees
  • Print the grocery list, go to the store, and eat some good-tastin' food tonight!

Next Steps For Your 7 Day Meal Plan Download

  1. Check your email - We've sent you an email containing the link to download your Free 7 Day Meal Plan. If you don't see it within a few minutes, please check your spam or promotions folder.
  2. Get started: Once you've downloaded your meal plan, take some time to familiarize yourself with the recipes and nutritional information provided. This will help you prepare for the week ahead and ensure you have everything you need.
  3. Stay tuned: Keep an eye on your inbox for more resources, tips, and encouragement from us. We're here to help you make positive dietary changes that can slow the progression of CKD and improve your quality of life.
  4. Feedback is welcome: As you start using your meal plan, we'd love to hear from you! Your feedback helps us improve and tailor our resources to better meet your needs.