You’ve probably heard a lot of “don’t have” and “do not.”
Let’s talk, “Can do!”
Since learning you had kidney disease you’ve probably heard a lot of “don’t have’s” and “do not” from well-meaning medical professionals, friends, and family. You’ve probably been feeling confused, frustrated, scared, and overwhelmed. But wait! Let’s talk, “Can do.”
You can lower your blood pressure with diet.
You can figure out what to eat if you have diabetes, kidney disease, and heart disease.
And you better believe that you can slow your progression of kidney failure with diet.
KidneyGrub.com is dedicated to helping you find kidney-friendly food for your diet.
A few quick notes on the website:
- Some products we find you might not be able to find at the grocery store. If we use a specialty project, we provide a link to Amazon or the supplier’s website so you can order it. There is al
- We only publish palatable recipes. There are a lot of recipes we try and don’t like. If we posted it, we liked it.
- We always aim for the lowest sodium content possible in recipes. In doing so, we realize that everyone has a different taste for salty foods. Some of our recipes may seem bland if you regularly eat a very salty diet. If you are just beginning to cut sodium in your diet, you can add a little bit of salt and then over time cut back more and more. Or, go cold turkey. Give yourself two weeks to less salt and your taste-buds adjust.
- We LOVE feedback! We want to know if others liked the recipe, what you changed, what was helpful, if there is anything confusing. There is a comment section on every page, so send us a note!
Now let’s find you some things you can eat, that taste good and are kidney-friendly. You can do it and I’m here as a guide. I’ve worked with hundreds of patients at all stages of kidney disease and have seen diet make a difference. No fads. Just food – real food, real science, real facts. You can do this.
Kidney diet online learning coming soon!