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Savor The Season: 5 CKD-Friendly Recipes To Enjoy with Friends and Family

December 21, 2023 Carlos Hernandez Comments Off

The holidays are here at last! Deciding what to eat during the holidays can be challenging when having parties and friends over, but we at Renal Care 360° have you covered with 5 CKD-friendly recipes to enjoy with friends and family.


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Honey Balsamic Green Beans: Our green bean recipe make the perfect side dish for a family gathering including any holiday gatherings you may be attending or hosting. The honey and balsamic vinegar provide flavor without any added salt. Green beans contain fiber while being low in potassium and phosphorus. They are also quick and easy to make.

Roasted Carrots with Dill: Roasted carrots make a great vegetable side dish to add to your menu when hosting guests. Carrots pack a punch of nutritional benefits that make it a superstar in the world of healthy eating and when paired with dill create a delicious flavor.

Slow Cooker Pork Tenderloin: Pork tenderloin is a very lean cut of pork, which means it is low in fat. This makes it a more kidney-friendly and heart-healthy choice compared to higher fat cuts of meat. When choosing meat options.

Apple Zucchini Bread: Our Apple Zucchini Bread is the perfect treat and great for guests. It’s lightly sweetened with honey and made with whole wheat flour to help make it blood-sugar friendly. One slice has 97 mg phosphorus and 150 mg potassium, making it nutritious enough even for breakfast.

Peach Crisp: This CKD-friendly recipe has minimal added sugar and no added salt and makes for a good dessert option for get togethers during the holidays.

Renal Care 360° Registered Dietitian Bethany Keith

Disclaimer: This blog post is intended for informational purposes only and should not replace professional medical advice. Individuals with polychronic conditions should consult their healthcare team for personalized dietary recommendations based on their specific needs and conditions.