Renal Diet Breakfast: Overnight Cream of Wheat With Rice Milk

A renal diet is one that is low in potassium and phosphorus, yet high in nutrition.

If you have renal disease, overnight cream of wheat may be exactly what you’ve been looking for.

Can You Eat Cream of Wheat on a Kidney Diet? A cup of cream of wheat made with water has less than 32 mg of both potassium and phosphorus. It also has about 3 grams of protein. Additionally, it’s low sugar which means it’s a better choice if you have Type II diabetes.

Where Can You Buy Cream of Wheat? Cream of wheat can be purchased at just about any supermarket or grocery store around the country.

What Else Can You Eat for Breakfast on a Renal Diet? Cereal and hot cereal are excellent breakfast options. They’re perfect for weekday breakfasts because they’re quick and easy and have amazing health benefits.

Are Cream of Wheat and Oatmeal the Same? Cream of wheat and oatmeal are both hot cereals. Both can also be made overnight. All you have to do in the morning is heat it up and add your favorite toppings.

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