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    Anyone know if Ezekiel bread is better than whole wheat breads for you post transplant? I just happened to find this in the freezer section.

    On the one hand it is low sodium but it is high protein too. Does that matter anymore? I'm so used to watching every protein so closely with CKD. I just thought it sounded healthy since its so natural and unprocessed and low sodium etc...

    Anyone have any info? I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

    Lana
    TRANSPLANT SCHEDULED NOV 14, 2011 THANKS TO MY AMAZING HUSBAND!!!
    Today oct 11th.Still no dialysis -and at 9% GFR,
    think i'm gonna make it!!!

    Diagnosed 2005 CKD3.
    Benign Glomulersclerosis- not hereditary, no known cause
    Non-diabetic, normal BP
    Hospital error 2008 caused me to plummet straight to CKD5
    07/2011 -CKD 5 -GFR 11 - Not on Dialysis
    Awaiting transplant, doing eval, hoping for live donor match

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    Re: Ezekiel Bread

    Hi Lana,

    Protein should not be an issue post transplant.
    Actually the first 3-6 months post, you should have a little more protein than usual it helps with healing.

    A high fiber, low sodium, as well as low glycemic bread sounds ideal.

    If you do try it, let us know how you like it.
    I received the GIFT OF LIFE on Nov 9, 2010 thanks to my wonderful donor Laura and her family!

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    • #3
      Re: Ezekiel Bread

      Thanks Marina!

      I bought it and tried it and I dont mind it at all. It is a bit heavy though but then again it holds you for a while and being low sodium and hearty is probably a good thing. I still would miss regular bread though so I will balance in moderation. The annoying thing about this bread is that it is frozen so every time I want any I have to thaw out couple slices first. Not really great bread but it makes me feel healthy. I'll see if I keep it up or find something else... Weight watchers has a brand of bread that is low sodium as well but its probably due to portion size i'm assuming..

      Thanks again for answering...

      I hope all is well with you !! Your a real angel helping everyone out on here..

      LanaB
      TRANSPLANT SCHEDULED NOV 14, 2011 THANKS TO MY AMAZING HUSBAND!!!
      Today oct 11th.Still no dialysis -and at 9% GFR,
      think i'm gonna make it!!!

      Diagnosed 2005 CKD3.
      Benign Glomulersclerosis- not hereditary, no known cause
      Non-diabetic, normal BP
      Hospital error 2008 caused me to plummet straight to CKD5
      07/2011 -CKD 5 -GFR 11 - Not on Dialysis
      Awaiting transplant, doing eval, hoping for live donor match

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      • #4
        Re: Ezekiel Bread

        I'll have to check out that bread Lana. Sounds good!

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        • #5
          Actually the first 3-6 months post, you should have a little more protein than usual it helps with healing. https://www.louisvillehoodcleaning.com/kitchen-fire-prevention/

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Marina View Post
            Re: Ezekiel Bread

            Hi Lana,

            Protein should not be an issue post transplant.
            Actually the first 3-6 months post, you should have a little more protein than usual it helps with healing.

            A high fiber, low sodium, as well as low glycemic bread sounds ideal.

            If you do try it, let us know how you like it.
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