Top 4 Ways To Reduce Sodium Intake For A Renal Diet

Eating a lower sodium diet, and watching where your sodium comes from helps slow the progression of your kidney disease. Which is what you would like to do, right?

You probably already know that the amount of sodium you should eat in a day is the equivalent of about 1 teaspoon.

Let's talk about ways you can reduce the sodium in your diet.

Cook at home more often. You have complete control over the amount of sodium that goes into your meal when you're cooking at home.

Eat more whole food snacks. Eating an apple for a snack is a low potassium low phosphorous choice.

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