Can You Have Milk on a Renal Diet?
We all know that milk is a very important part of a healthy diet for most people.
Though milk can be very beneficial for the healthy person, those that suffer from chronic kidney disease may have to limit.
This is because there are too many ingredients in milk that the kidneys have to work hard to break down.
Thankfully, there are several non-dairy milk substitutes on the market today that will help CKD patients stay away from real milk.
The following list offers some options:
– Soy milk (Edensoy)
– Rice milk (Rice Dream)
– Non-dairy creamer (Nestle Coffee, Rich’s Coffee)
– Almond milk (Almond Breeze)
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