CKD Diet: Low Potassium Smoothies

Smoothies are an easy way to enjoy a snack with quality protein or a breakfast or lunch option on a kidney diet.

You can pack a homemade smoothie with many kidney-friendly smoothie options and ingredients and nutrients that are good for you.

What Kinds of Smoothies Are Good for Kidneys? Most of the smoothies should include kidney-friendly fresh fruit like berries, apples, pineapple, etc. But they are also much better for you if you include things like cinnamon, flax seeds, chia seeds, or kale. Here we will discuss some High Protein & Low Potassium Smoothie Recipes.

Cinnamon Apple Tofu This high protein, low potassium smoothie recipe can be created by using this chronic kidney disease friendly recipe, as a base. You should include apples, cinnamon, tofu, dairy-free milk, oats, and any other additions you may want to add.

Peach Protein The Peach High-Protein Fruit Smoothie just calls for powdered egg whites, ice, peaches, and sugar. A very simple smoothie that is delicious and helps you meet your protein goals for the day.

The Best Low Potassium Fruits for Smoothies: Blueberries These little berries are great for kidney-friendly smoothies because they include antioxidants, are low in sodium, and low in phosphorus. High in fiber and low in calories, these fresh or frozen blueberries really pack a healthy punch.

Pineapple Kiwi and other citrus fruits can contain high potassium, so pineapple will help you achieve that tropical flavor while still being safe on your renal diet.

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