Living With Kidney Disease: Sodium and Eating Out
Just about everyone struggles with the temptation to eat out more than they should. For people living with kidney disease, however, this decision has the potential to have more dire consequences.
Healthy is Relative
In many restaurants, the idea of “healthy” is relative and might not actually be very healthy.
If there is one thing everyone's favorite restaurants get right, it is sauce. Sauce for your entrees, sides, desserts, and maybe a little on the side for extra flavor.
All of that unaccounted
sodium and eating out
can really sneak up on you. When you have kidney disease, every bit of sodium is important and likely to affect your overall health.
With all of your extra medical bills on top of everything else, it couldn't hurt to save some money and be healthier at the same time.
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