You can always order/download a nutrition counter to carry in your purse
Can I give you an easy tip on how to avoid those tasty nuts (that was one of my weaknesses too) ?
Don't buy them.
I used to keep my phos in the mid 3's (below 4 for the most part).
Then one day I decided to buy a 1oz bag of pecans.
The plan was to eat a couple pcs each day. I ate the whole (tiny 1oz bag) in one day.
My phos level was in the 5's the next labs.
The second I saw my lab reports I knew what had caused it.
I never bought any kind of nuts again
We do whatever it takes to to stay healthy, right!
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05-16-2011, 12:48 PM #11
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- Feb 2006
Re: Frustrated with extremely high P levels and low protein.I received the GIFT OF LIFE on Nov 9, 2010 thanks to my wonderful donor Laura and her family!
03-15-2014, 08:04 AM #12
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- Mar 2014
Food guide and davita staff -meals to goobs opportunity
As you prob. Know edamame and quinoa although great veg.protein sources high in phos.
hopefully your renal dietitian has given you info or you can access it on davita site for some really good high protein smoothies
also substituting the strawberries and using blueberries will lower potassium content a bit more... Yes check whey protein powders for phos levels def ****be mindful of that
Davita website also has a good resource handout on protein bars that you can get anywhere that are high protein, an example is power bar level 3 vanilla
The picture of the bar and nutrition info is on the handout
It's great to share info with your friends at dialysis and talk to the davita dialysis team about suggestions they can do to educate you as well
Making smoothies or other taste testing suggestions or education posters -things you hear in the news
What YOU want to see...sometimes WE need to be reminded too
Also if you can afford it look at purchasing meals delivered to you (especially your lifestyle) they may offer that in your area
----Dream dinners **no kidney meal plan but ask
-----Seattlesutton ***there is a renal meal plan
-----let's dish ***no kidney meal plan but ask
-----BistroMD ***no kidney meal plan but ask-you do work online with a registered dietitian
----diettogo ***no kidney meal plan but ask
Or you can see if they can incorporate it
Some companies do offer kidney meal plans that May or may not be something to split with a friend and try out half month of meals to see if that could be an option depending on your lifestyle or a job venture
Again this may be a great job adventure for some of you that are really into cooking and have that experience
Food for thought
04-07-2014, 07:43 PM #13
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- Apr 2014
Has anyone tried IDPN for low protein. It is a solution given during dialysis. Looking for first hand feedback about side effects. Thanks