Kidney Diet Secrets Revealed

We’ve come across an exciting new solution for people searching for a healthy kidney diet.

A registered nurse named Rachael Gordon has recently completed her study on kidney diets and written a tell-all report, called Kidney Diet Secrets.

According to Rachael, her controversial report is scientifically proven and recommended by top doctors to reverse kidney disease without going through dialysis and transplants… FOREVER?

Her report includes a sample 1 week diet menu and 100 recipes for renal disease sufferers.

Rachael has been helping kidney disease sufferers for over 10 years.

Do any of these symptoms sound familiar to you?

  • Positive protein traces in the urine after a paper strip test.
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle Cramps
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Nausea and Vomiting
  • Easy Bruising
  • Itching
  • Difficulty breathing upon Exertion

If you have a kidney disease, there is one important thing you need to know…

You are not alone…

Statistics show around 6 million Americans suffer from kidney disease.

Here are a few sneak peeks of what’s inside Rachael’s controversial Kidney Diet Report:

  • How you can get rid of fatigue and muscle cramps with a simple strategy that takes just minutes to implement…
  • Emergency techniques you must know. This should be included in each and every kidney disease patients on all ages.
  • How to use the power of a common item that you may have right now to treat some annoying symptoms of your kidney disease.
  • A forbidden secret technique to get rid of kidney pains if you are experiencing it right now. You will be amazed how easy it is.
  • How to manage diabetic kidney disease. If you have diabetes, chances are you will have a different approach. It is all included inside.
  • Losing weight while treating kidney failure. If you do it the wrong way, far riskier consequences await you. Its a must learn for each and every patient.
  • How to control and avoid anemia. All too often kidney patients are prone to having this condition, after learning the secret inside, its as good as impossible.

Be sure to check out Rachael’s Kidney Diet Secrets, and come back here to post your comments about it. I’d love to hear your feedback on her report.

Kidney Diet While Trying to Pass a Kidney Stone

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It has been said that kidney stones are more painful than labor pains.  Some kidney stones are quite large and are harder to pass.  Some stones are small, and pass without us even knowing that we had the stone.  It is when the stones are large that the problems arise.  The two key treatments to passing kidney stones is drinking lots of water as fluid helps one urinate which will help it to pass.  The other option is to encourage the patient to walk as much as possible.  It has been said that the stone will pass sooner with walking.  To stay on a kidney diet, one needs to watch intake of calcium, as the calcium is what forms the stone.  This is quite conflicted when women of post menopausal age are constantly told to increase the amount of calcium.

A suggested diet for someone who has kidney stones is as follows:

  • Breakfast:  grapefruit juice, one cup; 3/4 cup cereal with 1 cup skim milk; 1 scrambled egg with 2 sliced of white toast with 2 tsp margarine, 1 cup coffee and 1 cup of water.
  • Lunch: White meat chicken, 2 oz; 2 slices of wheat brad, 1 cup iceberg lettuce with oil/vinegar dressing (1 TBSP); 1 cup cantaloupe, 1 cup lemonade, 1 sugar cookie, 1 cup water.
  • Dinner: 3 oz. baked haddock, 1/2 cup white rice, 1/2 cup peas, 2 tsp margarine, 1 dinner roll, 1 apple, 16 animal crackers, 1 cup water.

These meals should be done in consultation with your physician who may refer you to a dietitian to assist you in planning.  There are so many different do’s and don’ts that it is hard for the lay person to figure out what to do.  There are several different web sites that offer assistance and suggestions.  Some suggest organic diets, others suggest using certain herbs and spices.  Whereas all of these ideas may be good, your doctor knows your body and your specific medical needs.  For example if you are a diabetic, there would be different food requirements than for a person who is not.  There may be certain medications that you may be on for other medical reasons that may come into play.  Choose a doctor you trust, then follow his/her advice.

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Kidney Diet for Those with Kidney Disease

Kidney disease is a difficult disease.  When a person hears they have kidney disease, their first thought is that of impending death.  In most cases, this is not necessarily the case.  With proper care and proper diet, the patient can be successfully treated.  A kidney diet is essential for successful care of kidney disease.  As with any diet, it will not be easy.  Working with a dietitian will help the patient learn proper foods.  There are several basic rules.  They are as follows:

  • Avoid salt and MSG.  Read labels to make sure what you are eating.  Instead low sodium alternatives may be: Salt-free herb seasonings, Frozen vegetables, Plain rice, Plain noodles, Unsalted Pretzels, Unsalted popcorn.
  • Limit Protein.  Alternatives may include Egg substitutes, Shrimp, Tofu, Imitation crab meat, Chicken drumstick, beef stew.  Eat no more than 5 – 7 ounces of protein per day.
  • Limit Fluids.  Consume no more than 48 fl. oz. per day, be sure to count soups, jello and ice cream as fluids.  Grapes oranges, apples, lettuce and celery also have fluids in them.
  • Limit Potassium.  Do not use salt substitute as it contains a lot of potassium.  Possible alternatives are: apples and apple juice, cranberry juice, canned fruit, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, plums, pineapple, cabbage, cauliflower, mustard greens, and broccoli.
  • Limit Phosphorus:  limit intake of dairy products including milk, yogurt and ice cream.  Avoid nuts, peanut butter, seeds, lentils, peas and beans.  Avoid beer, cola drinks and cocoa.  Items to be included are Liquid non-dairy creamer, sherbet, pasta rice, rice and corn cereals, unsalted popcorn, green beans, lemon-lime soda, root beer and powdered iced tea and lemonade mixes.

All decisions about your food intake should made in consultation with a dietitian who is working in consultation with your doctor.  You may have specific dietary requirements that other persons may not have, or there may be some requirements that you need not follow on your kidney diet.  For many people, following a strict diet, and undergoing dialysis for a brief period of time may get your kidneys back in working order.  It all depends on the etiology for your specific illness.  There may be a need to stay on medication for a while as well, but you can do it. Good luck.