Best Low Phosphorus Meats for Kidney Disease

When you have chronic kidney disease, it’s important to make sure you’re monitoring your nutritional intake.

There are minerals and nutrients that can cause your kidneys to have to work harder. That can increase the progression of your kidney disease.

Can I Eat Meat if I Have Kidney Disease? You can have meat. You simply have to monitor and create portion sizes for the type and quantity of your meat intake.

For a meat to be part of a healthy renal diet, it needs to be low in amounts of phosphorus.

What Are the Best Low Phosphorus Meats that are Good for Kidney Disease? Skinless Chicken Thigh, Chicken breast, Turkey, Tuna, Lamb chop, Salmon, Mahi Mahi, Shrimp, Duck, Pork chop, Cod

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